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					    AGENDA


      CORPUS CHRISTI
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT


       Regular Meeting


     Monday, February 22, 2010

             3:30 PM
                                            AGENDA

                       NOTICE OF REGULAR BOARD MEETING
                              BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                 CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                    BOARD ROOM, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
                  801 LEOPARD STREET, CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS
                           MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2010
                                    3:30 P.M.


                    PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS

1.   Audience Participation: The Board of Trustees provides a time for audience comments
     during the meeting. Audience participation also is permitted with respect to each action item
     on the Board’s agenda. The following rules apply:
     1) Questions and comments must be addressed to the Board of Trustees, not to individual
        persons.
     2) Five minutes will be allotted to each speaker who wishes to address any ACTION item on
        the agenda. Questions and comments addressing specific agenda item(s) may not
        extend to any other issue.
     3) Three minutes will be allotted to each speaker during the Audience Participation Session.
        Speakers may comment on non-agenda issues during this portion of the Board Meeting.
     4) Speakers may not yield any portion of their time allotment to any other person.
     5) Speakers and/or others who make personal attacks against individuals or use abusive or
        defamatory language or gestures will be ruled out of order and may be escorted by
        security staff from the Board Room as well as the building in which the Board meeting is
        being held.
     6) Expressions of hostility, including hand-held signs or placards and behavior such as
        booing, clapping or cheering, shall be prohibited in the Board Room as well as the
        building in which the Board meeting is being held.

     If you desire to address the Board, you must complete and sign a “Registration Card,” a
     supply of which is available on site. The President will call on you at the appropriate time. A
     recording is made of the meeting; therefore, please give your name, address, and
     organization affiliation if any. If you have written information pertaining to your presentation,
     please deliver it to the Director for Communications who sits at the News Media Table.

2.   Closed Session: The Board may elect to go into Closed Session at any time during this
     meeting to discuss any agenda item, or items, which the Board is authorized to discuss in a
     closed meeting in accordance with the provisions of Subchapter D of Chapter 551,
     Government Code.
                     Agenda of Regular Meeting

            BOARD OF TRUSTEES
 CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT


A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT
SCHOOL DISTRICT will be held February 22, 2010, beginning at 3:30 PM in the Board
Room, Administration Building, 801 Leopard, Corpus Christi, Texas.

The subjects to be discussed or considered or upon which any formal action may be
taken are as listed below. Items do not have to be taken in the order shown on this
meeting notice.

Unless removed from the consent agenda, items identified within the consent agenda
will be acted on at one time.


1.   CALL TO ORDER

2.   ROLL CALL - Establishment of Quorum

3.   INVOCATION - Mrs. Yvonne Colmenero

4.   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - Mrs. Yvonne Colmenero

5.   BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND SUPERINTENDENT REMARKS -
     Including, but not limited to, expressions of thanks, congratulations,
     and/or condolences; and status of, and/or reports on, district events
     A.    Collegiate High School
     B.    ATPE 2009-2010 Educator of the Year Award Finalists
     C.    Districtwide Professional Development
     D.    Y Women in Careers
     E.    CCISD - Best Places to Work Finalist
     F.    Bond Construction Tour
     G.    Superintendent's Practicum Students

6.   AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION - This portion of the meeting is typically
     held at 6:00 p.m., but may occur earlier or later depending on the time
     spent on other portions of the meeting.
7.   SPECIAL PRESENTATION(S) - This portion of the meeting is
     typically held at 5:00 p.m., but may occur earlier or later depending on
     the time spent on other portions of the meeting.
     A.     Representative Solomon Ortiz, Jr.

8.   ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT(S)
     A.  Fiscal Management Committee Report                                     6
         Presenter: MRS. CAROL A. SCOTT

9.   CONSENT AGENDA ITEM(S)
     A.  Approval of Minutes
         1.   February 8, 2010 (Regular)                                        7
     B.  Consent Agenda Items                                                   15
         Presenter: MR. R. XAVIER GONZALEZ and MR. BRIAN BRAY
         1.   Approval of Contractual Agreement for the Athletic
              Improvements Districtwide for 2010
         2.   Approval of Contractual Agreement to Re-Roof Crockett
              Elementary School, Administration Building and Food
              Services Department
         3.   Approval to Rescind the Contractual Agreement with JM
              Electronic Engineering, Inc. for the Miller High School
              Fire Alarm Replacement Project
         4.   Approval of First Award Extension for Elevator/Escalator
              State and Maintenance Inspections and Repair Services
         5.   Approval of First Award Extension for Lamp and Ballast
              Repair at Athletic Fields
         6.   Approval of First Award Extension for the purchase of
              Diesel and Unleaded Fuels for Districtwide use
         7.   Approval of First Award Extension of Time and Material
              Unit Pricing for Bleacher Services and Repair
         8.   Approval of First Award Extension of Time and Material
              Unit Pricing for Asphalt and Concrete Services
         9.   Approval of First Award Extension of Time and Material
              Unit Pricing for Power Washing Services
         10. Approval of First Award Extension of Time and Material
              Unit Pricing for Emergency Roofing Repairs
         11. Approval of First Award Extension of Time and Material
              Unit Pricing for Plumbing Services
         12. Approval of First Award Extension of Time and Material
              Unit Pricing for Electrical Services
         13. Approval of First Award Extension of Time and Material
              Unit Pricing for Fence Repair Services
         14. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
              Plumbing Supplies
         15. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
              Fence Supplies
           16.  Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
                Electrical Supplies
           17. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
                Paint and Paint Related Supplies
           18. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
                Maintenance Supplies
           19. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
                Heating and Cooling Wall Mounted Unites and Supplies
           20. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
                Lock Supplies
           21. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
                Welding Supplies
           22. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
                Heating and Air Conditioning Supplies
           23. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
                Grounds Equipment Replacement Parts
           24. Approval of First Award Extension for Discount Pricing of
                Herbicidal Supplies
           25. Approval of Second and Final Award Extension for
                Instructional Equipment Repair
           26. Approval of Amended Interlocal Agreement with Nueces
                County Public Health District
      C.   Approval of Resignations and Retirements, Leaves of Absence,     37
           and New Employment
           Presenter: MR. MICHAEL R. BRIONES
      D.   Approval of 2009-2010 Budget Amendments                          42
           Presenter: MS. DONNA HOHN
      E.   Approval of Investment Report and Acceptance of Financial        55
           Statements for December 2009
           Presenter: MS. DONNA HOHN

10.   ACTION ITEM(S)
      A.  Approval of Resolution to Expand Magnet School Concept to         80
          Include Chula Vista Academy of Fine Arts, Wynn Seale Middle
          School, and Roy Miller High School
          Presenter: DR. JANIS JORDAN
      B.  Approval to Give Public Notice to Rename the Carroll High         84
          School Weight Training Facility
          Presenter: MR. D. SCOTT ELLIFF
      C.  Discussion and Possible Action To Approve the Nueces County       86
          Appraisal District Budget Amendment
          Presenter: MR. D. SCOTT ELLIFF

11.   CALENDAR - This item has been added to the agenda to provide an
      opportunity to set dates for student and/or teacher hearings or to
      bring to the Board's attention other special dates.
      A.   February 24: CC Council of PTA - Founders Day Banquet
      B.   February 26-28: State PTA Convention
      C.   March 4: Y Women in Careers Award Banquet
      D.   March 8: Regular Board Meeting
      E.   March 15-19: Spring Break
      F.   March 22: Regular Board Meeting

12.   FUTURE BOARD AGENDA ITEM(S) - This item has been added to
      this agenda to provide an opportunity for Board Members to request
      the placement of agenda items at upcoming Board meetings.

13.   CLOSED SESSION
      A.  Matters which the Board may discuss in Closed Session and
          upon which action may be taken:
          1.   Legal Matters: [Government Code, Section 551.071].
               a.    Consider legal advice related to any listed agenda
                     item.
               b.    Consider legal advice related to communications,
                     oral or written, received by the Superintendent, a
                     Board Member, and/or another District employee or
                     officer containing allegations which, if true, might
                     subject the District to legal risk.
               c.    Consider legal advice related to status of pending
                     or contemplated litigation and other legal
                     proceedings.
               d.    Receive legal advice related to board policies and
                     board operating procedures.
          2.   Personnel Matters: [Government Code, Section
               551.074].
               a.    Matters relating to the evaluation, employment,
                     reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of
                     various central staff personnel, including the
                     Superintendent's annual evaluation and contract.
               b.    Matters relating to the evaluation, employment,
                     reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of
                     various field personnel.

14.   ADJOURNMENT
                         BOARD OF TRUSTEES
              CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                        CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS



SUBJECT:           FISCAL MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE REPORT

DATE:              February 22, 2010

PRESENTED BY:      Mrs. Carol Scott, Chair



                      ADMINISTRATIVE REPORTS

BACKGROUND:
A report will be presented on the Fiscal Management Committee and/or Board of
Trustees meeting.


SUPPORTING DATA:
Not applicable


FUNDING SOURCE:
Not applicable


EVALUATION:
Not applicable


ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
Not applicable




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Minutes of Regular Meeting

The Board of Trustees
CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT


A Regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL
DISTRICT was held February 8, 2010, beginning at 3:30 PM in the Board Room, Administration
Building, 801 Leopard, Corpus Christi, Texas.


1.    CALL TO ORDER at 3:32 p.m.

2.    ROLL CALL - Establishment of Quorum

      BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT
      Dwayne Hargis, President
      Carol A. Scott, Secretary
      Dr. Tony C. Diaz, Assistant Secretary
      John Longoria
      Guillermo C. Perez
      Lucy Rubio

      BOARD MEMBER NOT PRESENT
      Bill Clark, Vice President

      STAFF MEMBERS PRESENT
      Mr. D. Scott Elliff, Superintendent of Schools
      Mr. Michael Briones, Chief Administrative Officer
      Mrs. Bernadine Cervantes, Assistant Superintendent for School Leadership Services
      Dr. Janis Jordan, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction
      Mr. R. Xavier Gonzalez, Chief Financial Officer
      Mr. Philip Fraissinet, Attorney

3.    INVOCATION - Mr. R. Xavier Gonzalez

4.    PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE - Mr. R. Xavier Gonzalez

5.    BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND SUPERINTENDENT REMARKS -
      Including, but not limited to, expressions of thanks, congratulations,
      and/or condolences; and status of, and/or reports on, district events
      A.     TASA Mid Winter Conference
      B.     Student Leadership Reception
      C.     Public Meetings: Boundary Realignment
      D.     CCISD - 2009 Best Places to Work Finalist!

            Mr. Elliff provided a report on the above events. He stated that during the
            TASA Mid Winter Conference General Session, CCISD was recognized for
            Baker MS’s participation in the Learning First Alliance.




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           Mr. Elliff reported that approximately 1,800 students and parents had
           attended the Parent University held on February 6. He commended staff for
           their work in making the event a success.

           Mrs. Scott extended condolences to the Dodge family on the passing of Bill
           Dodge.

           Dr. Diaz thanked students and campus staff for generous expressions of
           appreciation received during School Board Recognition Month in January.

           Dr. Diaz recognized the staff at Martin SE Middle School and thanked them for
           the board appreciation breakfast and the certificate of appreciation signed by
           the principal and student council president.

           Dr. Diaz extended condolences to Rose Mary Pompa on the passing of her
           mother.

           Dr. Diaz expressed his appreciation to the Nueces County Board of Directors
           (NCAD) for voting to approve the refund of excess funds to taxing entities.
           He thanked Ed Lopez and Paul Altheide, current CCISD representatives, and
           James Duerr, former CCISD representative, on the NCAD Board of Directors
           for their support and representation.

           Dr. Diaz stated that he participated in Martin Luther King March and had
           enjoyed the wonderful speech made by Mr. Elliff, keynote speaker.

           Dr. Diaz stated that he had attended the Beveridge Baseball Field dedication,
           which was very moving.

           Dr. Diaz acknowledged Elvia Aguilar, educational reporter for the Corpus
           Christi Caller Times Newspaper, for her coverage of district events.

           Mrs. Rubio reported that she had once again had the pleasure of serving as
           judge for several spelling bee competitions. She thanked Chris Davis Garcia,
           who retired from the District, for serving as pronouncer and commended
           students and staff for their hard work. She also congratulated the winners.


The Board of Trustees entered into Closed Session at 3:43 p.m.
The Board of Trustees returned from Closed Session at 4:42 p.m.

6.   AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION - This portion of the meeting is
     typically held at 6:00 p.m., but may occur earlier or later depending
     on the time spent on other portions of the meeting.

     Ray McMurrey, President, AFT, spoke is support of enforcing the Student Code of
     Conduct and stated that it was vital that parents felt that their children were
     learning in a safe environment.




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7.   SPECIAL PRESENTATION(S) - This portion of the meeting is
     typically held at 5:00 p.m., but may occur earlier or later depending
     on the time spent on other portions of the meeting.
     A.     Representative Abel Herrero
     B.     Board Recognitions
            Presenter: MS. LORETTE WILLIAMS
            1.     State Cross Country Meet.
            2.     Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen
                   Essay State Competition
            3.     International Baccalaureate World Schools
            4.     National Center for Educational Achievement’s (NCEA)
                   2009 Just for the Kids Campaign for Higher Performing
                   Schools in Texas

8.   ADMINISTRATIVE REPORT(S)
     A.   Advanced Placement and Advanced Academics / College and
          Career Readiness
          Presenter: MR. JAMES H. GOLD and MRS. DEBORAH WESTERDUIN

           Mr. Gold, Executive Director for Assessment and Accountability, and Mrs.
           Westerduin, Director for Fine Arts, Advanced Academics and Guidance and
           Counseling presented a report on Advanced Academics that included data
           related to college readiness - PSAT/NMSQT and ACT/SAT scores and focused
           on enrollment, exam participation and performance in Advanced Placement
           courses within CCISD.

           Data reflected in the report highlighted a number of challenges students and
           teachers are facing in the classroom.

           Mrs. Westerduin reported that district administration is (1) working to put
           instructional practices in place that will focus on aligning curriculum and
           College Board Standards in Advanced Placement courses and (2) increasing
           opportunities for professional development and high quality resources that
           focus on creating a culture of college readiness throughout CCISD
           campuses.

MOTION TO APPROVE CONSENT AGENDA:                Consent Agenda Items 9 B 13, B 15-17,
                                                 and B 19 were pulled for further
                                                 discussion.

                                                 Upon motion by Mr. Longoria and
                                                 seconded by Mrs. Scott, the Board of
                                                 Trustees voted 6-0 to approve Consent
                                                 Agenda Items 9 A 1-5, B 1-12, B 14, B 18
                                                 and C as presented.

9.   CONSENT AGENDA ITEM(S)
     A.  Approval of Minutes
         1.   June 8, 2009 (Regular)
         2.   August 10, 2009 (Regular)
         3.   December 14, 2009 (Regular)




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             4.    January 11, 2010 (Special)
             5.    January 11, 2010 (Regular)
      B.     Consent Agenda Items
             Presenter: MR. R. XAVIER GONZALEZ and MR. BRIAN BRAY
             1.    Approval of Change Orders to Reduce Bond 2008
                   Construction Costs by Unused Balances
             2.    Approval of Change Order #1 for Tuck-Point Masonry
                   Work at Allen Elementary School and Wynn Seale
                   Academy of Fine Arts Project
             3.    Ratification of Approval of Change Order #2 to Toilet
                   Partition Replacements Project Construction Contract
                   with DEA Specialties Company
             4.    Approval of Contractual Agreement with C.W.
                   Campbell Electric, Inc. for Electrical Upgrades at Cullen
                   and South Park Middle Schools and Ray High School
             5.    Approval of Contractual Agreement for Elevator
                   Installations at Kostoryz and Menger elementary
                   Schools and Miller High School
             6.    Approval of Contractual Agreement for Expanding
                   Cafeteria Restroom at Carroll High School
             7.    Approval of Contractual Agreement for Toilet Partition
                   Replacement Projects
             8.    Approval of Contractual Agreement for Network Facility
                   Retrofit at King High School, Cullen, Grant and Kaffie
                   Middle Schools and Administration Building
             9.    Approval of Award for Replacement of Playground
                   Equipment, Borders and Playground Mulch at Various
                   Elementary School Locations
             10.   Approval of Contractual Agreement with Malek, Inc. for
                   Purchase and Replacement of Roof Top Units at
                   Various Locations
             11.   Approval of Contractual Agreement with Weathertrol,
                   Inc. for Purchase and Replacement of Roof Top Units
                   at Various Locations
             12.   Approval of Amendment to the Agreement with ADL
                   Technologies Services, Inc.

Mrs. Scott left her seat at 6:14 p.m.

             13.   Approval of Purchase and Installation of Network
                   Printers in Classrooms Districtwide
                   Upon motion by Dr. Diaz and seconded by Mrs. Rubio, the Board of
                   Trustees voted 5-0 to approve the purchase and installation of network
                   printers as presented.

Mr. Elliff left his seat at 6:13 p.m.
Mr. Elliff returned to his seat at 6:14 p.m.

             14.   Approval of Award for Discount Pricing of Radio
                   Replacement Parts




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            15.   Approval of Purchase of Thirteen (13) Trucks for
                  Various Departments
                  Upon motion by Dr. Diaz and seconded by Mr. Longoria, the Board of
                  Trustees voted 5-0 to approve the purchase of thirteen (13) trucks as
                  presented.

Mrs. Scott returned to her at 6:17 p.m.

            16.   Approval of Resolution for Financing of School Buses
                  Under the Terms of a Tax-Exempt Municipal
                  Government Lease-Purchase Agreement
                  Upon motion by Dr. Diaz and seconded by Mrs. Rubio, the Board of
                  Trustees voted 6-0 to a resolution for the financing of school buses
                  under the terms of a tax-exempt municipal government lease-purchase
                  agreement as presented.

            17.   Approval of Purchase of Electronic Student Behavior
                  Intervention Planner (ESBIP) and GoGlobal Licenses
                  Upon motion by Dr. Diaz and seconded by Mr. Longoria, the Board of
                  Trustees voted 6-0 to approve the purchase of an electronic student
                  behavior intervention planner and GoGlobal licenses as presented.

            18.   Approval of Amended Agreement with Del Mar College

            19.   Approval of Contractual Agreement with David K. Lerch
                  Educational Consulting, Inc.
                  Upon motion by Dr. Diaz and seconded by Mrs. Rubio, the Board of
                  Trustees voted 6-0 to approve a contractual agreement with David K.
                  Lerch Educational Consulting, Inc., as presented.

      C.    Approval of Contractual Agreement with Corpus Christi
            Education Foundation
            Presenter: MRS. LORETTE WILLIAMS and MR.BRIAN BRAY

10.   ACTION ITEM(S)
      A.   Approval of Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities
           Presenter: DR. JANIS JORDAN

            Upon motion by Mrs. Rubio and seconded by Mr. Longoria, the Board of
            Trustees voted 6-0 to approve the Preschool Program for Children with
            Disabilities waiver application as presented.

      B.    Approval of Professional Acute Shortage Areas
            Presenter: MR. MICHAEL R. BRIONES

            Upon motion by Mrs. Scott and seconded by Dr. Diaz, the Board of Trustees
            voted 6-0 to approve the positions of Educational Diagnostician and Licensed
            Specialist in School Psychology as acute shortage areas.




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      C.    Approval of Boundary Change Recommendations
            Presenter: MR. D. SCOTT ELLIFF

            Candi Jinnette spoke against the proposed boundary changes.

            Brad Dunfee spoke against the proposed boundary changes.

            Susie Luna-Saldaña spoke in support of the proposed boundary changes and
            commended trustees for being proactive in their efforts to alleviate
            overcrowding.

            Upon motion by Mrs. Rubio and seconded by Mrs. Scott , the Board of
            Trustees voted 6-0 to approve:

            1. Proceeding with boundary changes for several elementary schools to be
               effective the 2010-2011 school year, including:
               • Changing the Houston ES to Travis ES attendance zones
               • Creating the new Zavala SES and Hicks ES attendance zones as
                   proposed.

            2. Proceeding with changes to the King HS/Carroll HS dual enrollment zone
               (Gardendale area) to be part of the Carroll HS attendance area.

            3. Creating the attendance zone as proposed for the new elementary school
               to be constructed at the site of the current Carroll Lane ES to be effective
               the 2011-2012 school year.

            4. Utilizing the following transition provisions:
               A. Current Grade 4 students, who are scheduled to be in Grade 5 during
                   the 2010-2011 school year, may be “grandfathered” as transfer
                   students. Transportation for transferred students must be provided by
                   parents.

                 B. Siblings of 2010-2011 Grade 5 students enrolled at the campuses
                    during the 2010-2011 school year, are also allowed to remain through
                    Grade 5. Transportation for students must be provided by parents.

                 C. Students enrolled in high school during the 2009-2010 school year
                    may remain at their current campus though graduation.
                    Transportation for students must be provided by parents.

            5. Developing a facilities and financing plan to construct a new high school
               on the District's south side for consideration at the Board's March 22
               meeting.

            6.   Delaying adoption of additional boundary changes at this time.

11.   CALENDAR - This item has been added to the agenda to provide an
      opportunity to set dates for student and/or teacher hearings or to
      bring to the Board's attention other special dates.
      A.     February 10: TASB Grassroots Meeting




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      B.    February 11-13: TASB Winter Governance and Legal
            Seminar
      C.    February 17: 2009 Best Places to Work Awards Ceremony
      D.    February 22: Next Regular Board Meeting
      E.    February 24: CC Council of PTA - Founders Day Banquet
      F.    February 26-28: State PTA Convention
      G.    April 15: SAVE THE DATE! TASA/TASB Study Group

            Mr. Elliff reported on the upcoming events listed above.

            He also reported that David Thompson, with Thompson & Horton, LLP, would
            be the keynote speaker for the April 15 TASA/TASB Study Group meeting.

12.   FUTURE BOARD AGENDA ITEM(S) - This item has been added to
      this agenda to provide an opportunity for Board Members to request
      the placement of agenda items at upcoming Board meetings.

      Report on the Office of Communications and eChalk usage

13.   CLOSED SESSION
      A.  Matters which the Board may discuss in Closed Session and
          upon which action may be taken:
          1.    Legal Matters: [Government Code, Section 551.071].
                a.    Consider legal advice related to any listed
                      agenda item.
                b.    Consider legal advice related to
                      communications, oral or written, received by the
                      Superintendent, a Board Member, and/or
                      another District employee or officer containing
                      allegations which, if true, might subject the
                      District to legal risk.
                c.    Consider legal advice related to status of
                      pending or contemplated litigation and other
                      legal proceedings.
                d.    Receive legal advice related to board policies
                      and board operating procedures.
          2.    Personnel Matters: [Government Code, Section
                551.074].
                a.    Matters relating to the evaluation, employment,
                      reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of
                      various central staff personnel, including the
                      Superintendent's annual evaluation and contract.
                b.    Matters relating to the evaluation, employment,
                      reassignment, duties, discipline, or dismissal of
                      various field personnel.

14.   ADJOURNMENT – There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:08 p.m.

                                           ATTEST:
      Mr. Dwayne Hargis, President                       Secretary or other appropriate officer




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           Board of Trustees
Corpus Christi Independent School District




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                           BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                          CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS



SUBJECT:             CONSENT AGENDA

DATE:                February 22, 2010

PRESENTED BY:        R. Xavier Gonzalez
                     Chief Financial Officer

                     Brian Bray, C.P.M.
                     Director for Purchasing and Distribution



                                 CONSENT ITEM

1. APPROVAL OF CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT FOR THE ATHLETIC
   IMPROVEMENTS DISTRICTWIDE FOR 2010

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Support Services requested proposals be obtained for Athletic
  Improvements Districtwide for 2010. Proposals were received on February 9, 2010,
  in the Office of Purchasing and Distribution.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The 2008 Bond Program identifies the need for the athletic improvements
  Districtwide for 2010. The athletic improvements include the following:

        Moody High School
             -      Construct new restroom and storage building
             -      Resurface track, high jump, long jump, triple jump, pole vault
             -      Install new shot put ring and discus rings
             -      Construct new sidewalk to parking area and street

        King High School
              -     Construct new restroom and storage building
              -     Construct new all weather track
              -     Construct new high jump, triple jump, long jump, pole vault
              -     Install new shot put and two discus rings
              -     Construct new sidewalk to parking area and street




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     Baker, Browne, Cullen, Driscoll, Grant, and Hamlin Middle Schools
           -     Construct new high jumps, triple jumps, long jumps, shot put rings
                 and discus rings

  The substantial completion date of the project is August 1, 2010.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  Bond 2009 Series ($1,784,000 budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  An evaluation committee comprised of staff member from the Office of Purchasing
  and Distribution, the Office of Facilities and Operations and project architect
  evaluated the proposals in accordance with Texas Education Code 44.031 (b) and
  Board Policy CH (Legal).

  The following vendors responded:

  Vendors                        Location               Amount        Point Analysis
  K.J.M. Commercial, Inc.        Corpus Christi, TX    $1,784,000        87.00
  Journeyman Construction        Corpus Christi, TX    $1,945,000        78.34
  SafeNet Services, LLC          Corpus Christi, TX    $1,920,604        73.62
  Barcom Commercial, Inc.        Corpus Christi, TX    $1,920,000        71.70
  Ewing Construction Co., Inc.   Corpus Christi, TX    $2,214,582        39.07

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contractual agreement
  with K.J.M. Commercial, Inc., for Athletic Improvements Districtwide for 2010 in the
  total amount of $1,784,000.


2. APPROVAL OF CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT TO RE-ROOF CROCKETT
   ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, ADMINISTRATION BUILDING AND FOOD SERVICES’
   FACILITY

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Support Services requested proposals be obtained to re-roof Crockett
  Elementary School, Administration Building and Food Services’ Facility. Proposals
  were received on February 10, 2010, in the Office of Purchasing and Distribution.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The 2008 Bond Program identifies the need to re-roof Crockett Elementary School,
  Administration Building and Food Services’ Facility. The substantial completion date
  of the project is July 31, 2010.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  Bond 2009 Series ($1,126,064 budgeted)




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  EVALUATION:
  An evaluation committee comprised of staff members from the Office of Purchasing
  and Distribution, the Office of Facilities and Operations and project engineer
  evaluated the proposals in accordance with Texas Education Code 44.031 (b) and
  Board Policy CH (Legal).

  The following vendors responded:

  Vendors                       Location              Amount         Point Analysis
  Port Enterprises, Ltd.        Corpus Christi, TX   $ 1,126,064     100.00
  Easley Construction           Victoria, TX         $ 1,146,356      87.68
  Rain King, Inc.               Victoria, TX         $ 1,198,800      84.50
  Restoration Services Inc.     Houston, TX          $ 1,208,155      79.50
  Rain Seal Master Roofing
     & Sheet Metal, Inc.        Victoria, TX         $ 1,264,000       70.60
  Sechrist-Hall Company         Corpus Christi, TX   $ 1,513,395       37.00
  Marton Roofing Industries     Houston, TX          $ 1,389,200       25.92
  Beldon Roofing Company        San Antonio, TX      $ 1,450,443        0.00

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the contractual agreement
  with Port Enterprises, Ltd., to re-roof Crockett Elementary School, Administration
  Building and Food Services’ Facility in the total amount of $1,126,064.


3. APPROVAL TO RESCIND THE AWARD OF CONTRACT TO JM ELECTRONIC
   ENGINEERING, INC. FOR THE MILLER HIGH SCHOOL FIRE ALARM
   REPLACEMENT PROJECT

  BACKGROUND:
  On January 11, 2010, the Board of trustees approved the award of a contract to JM
  Electronic Engineering, Inc., for the Miller High School Fire Alarm Replacement
  project in the amount of $528,323. After the award, but prior to contract execution,
  Red Hawk, a participating vendor, sent a letter of protest contesting the fact that
  their proposed product did not meet specifications and were disqualified.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  Red Hawk’s letter of protest claims that the disqualification of its product was based
  on erroneous understanding regarding the functionality and responsiveness to
  specifications of its product. They further requested that the award decision be
  reconsidered.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  Not applicable




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  EVALUATION:
  After review by District staff and legal counsel, and because of the highly technical
  nature of these products and their suitability for the District’s purposes, it is
  recommended that the project be re-bid at a later date using more specific
  performance and functional requirement specifications.

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve to rescind the award of a
  contractual agreement to JM Electronic Engineering, Inc. for the Miller High School
  Fire Alarm Replacement project and to re-bid at a later date using more specific
  performance and functional specifications.


4. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR ELEVATOR/ESCALATOR
   STATE AND MAINTENANCE INSPECTIONS AND REPAIR SERVICES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for elevator/escalator state and maintenance inspections and repair
  services. On March 23, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved the award for
  elevator/escalator state and maintenance inspections and repair services. The
  Request for Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for two (2)
  additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and
  mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the District spent approximately
  $48,060 on elevator/escalator state and maintenance inspections and repair
  services.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendor.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendor has agreed to the first award extension under the same terms
  and conditions.

  Approved Vendor                Location
  Nueces Elevator Company        Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  elevator/escalator state and maintenance inspections and repair services with
  Nueces Elevator Company for the period beginning April 1, 2010, and ending
  March 31, 2011.




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5. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR LAMP AND BALLAST REPAIR
   AT ATHLETIC FIELDS

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for lamp and ballast repair at athletic fields. On February 23, 2009, the
  Board of Trustees approved the award for lamp and ballast repair at athletic fields.
  The Request for Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for two (2)
  additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and
  mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the District spent approximately
  $36,380 on lamp and ballast repair at athletic fields.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendor has agreed to the first award extension under the same terms
  and conditions.

  Approved vendor                                     Location
  Facility Solutions Group                            Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  lamp and ballast repair at athletic fields with Facility Solutions Group for the period
  beginning March 1, 2010 and ending February 28, 2011.


6. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR THE PURCHASE OF DIESEL
   AND UNLEADED FUELS FOR DISTRICTWIDE USE

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Transportation is requesting the first award extension for the purchase
  of diesel and unleaded fuels for district wide use. On February 23, 2009, the Board
  of Trustees approved the award for the purchase of diesel and unleaded fuels. The
  Request for Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for three (3)
  additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and
  mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the District spent approximately
  $407,932 on diesel and unleaded fuels.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.




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  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved Vendors                      Locations
  Mansfield Oil Company                 Gainesville, GA
  Oil Patch Petroleum, Inc.             Corpus Christi, TX
  Petroleum Traders Corp.               Fort Wayne, IN

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  the purchase of diesel and unleaded gasoline with Mansfield Oil Company, Oil Patch
  Petroleum, Inc., and Petroleum Traders Corp. for the period beginning March 1,
  2010, and ending February 28, 2011.


7. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION OF TIME AND MATERIAL UNIT
   PRICING FOR BLEACHER SERVICE AND REPAIR

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for
  bleacher service and repair. On April 13, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved the
  award for time and material unit pricing for bleacher service and repair. The Request
  for Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for two (2) additional
  twelve (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually
  agreed to by both parties. Last year, the District did not spend funds on bleacher
  services and repair. In anticipation of service and repair for bleachers, approval of
  first award extension is being requested.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendor.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendor has agreed to the first award extension under the same terms
  and conditions.

  Approved vendor                                    Location
  Specialty Supply and Installation, LLC             Conroe, TX




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  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  time and material unit pricing for bleacher service and repair services with Specialty
  Supply and Installation, LLC for the period beginning May 1, 2010, and ending April
  30, 2011.


8. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION OF TIME AND MATERIAL UNIT
   PRICING FOR ASPHALT AND CONCRETE SERVICES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for
  asphalt and concrete services. On February 23, 2009, the Board of Trustees
  approved the award for time and material unit pricing for asphalt and concrete
  installation and repair services. The Request for Proposals contained the provision
  to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the
  same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the
  District spent approximately $129,018 on asphalt and concrete services.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                   Location
  AMP Services, Inc.                                 Corpus Christi, TX
  Abel’s Paving and Construction, Inc.               Corpus Christi, TX
  Franco Paving and Construction                     Corpus Christi, TX
  Garrett Construction Company                       Ingleside, TX
  Hamman Excavating, Ltd.                            Corpus Christi, TX
  Sal-Con, Inc.                                      Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  time and material unit pricing for asphalt and concrete services with AMP Services,
  Inc., Abel’s Paving and Construction, Inc., Franco Paving and Construction, Garrett
  Construction Company, Hamman Excavating, Ltd., and Sal-Con, Inc., for the period
  beginning March 1, 2010, and ending February 28, 2011.




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9. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION OF TIME AND MATERIAL UNIT
   PRICING FOR POWER WASHING SERVICES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for
  power washing services. On April 13, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved the
  award for time and material unit pricing for power washing. The Request for
  Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve
  (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to
  by both parties. Last year, the District spent approximately $53,475 on power
  washing.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                          Location
  Cruz Drywall and Painting, Inc.                           Alice, TX
  GC Services                                               Corpus Christi, TX
  Hydroforce, LLC                                           Corpus Christi, TX
  Hynes Services, Inc.                                      Corpus Christi, TX
  Jag Pressure Washing Service                              Portland, TX
  On The Spot Pressure Washing                              Corpus Christi, TX
  Pressure Washing by Gino                                  Corpus Christi, TX
  Seal South Texas/Coastal Bend Siding and Windows          Corpus Christi, TX
  Steamatic of Corpus Christi                               Corpus Christi, TX
  Superior Sanitizers                                       Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  time and material unit pricing for power washing services with Cruz Drywall and
  Painting, Inc., GC Services, Hydroforce, LLC, Hynes Services, Inc., Jag Pressure
  Washing Service, On The Spot Pressure Washing, Pressure Washing by Gino, Seal
  South Texas/Coastal Bend Siding And Windows, Steamatic of Corpus Christi, and
  Superior Sanitizers for the period beginning May 1, 2010, and ending April 30, 2011.




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10. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION OF TIME AND MATERIAL UNIT
    PRICING FOR EMERGENCY ROOFING REPAIRS

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for
  emergency roofing repairs. On February 23, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved
  the award for time and material unit pricing for emergency roofing repairs. The
  Request for Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for two (2)
  additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and
  mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the District spent approximately
  $75,684 on emergency roofing repairs.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                   Location
  Cram Roofing Company, Inc.                         San Antonio, TX
  Haeber Roofing Company                             Corpus Christi, TX
  Pinnacle Roofing Systems, Inc.                     Corpus Christi, TX
  R & B Roofing, LLC                                 Corpus Christi, TX
  Sechrist Hall Company                              Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  time and material unit pricing for emergency roofing repairs with Cram Roofing
  Company, Inc., Haeber Roofing Company, Pinnacle Roofing Systems, Inc., R & B
  Roofing, LLC, and Sechrist Hall Company for the period beginning March 1, 2010,
  and ending February 28, 2011.


11. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION OF TIME AND MATERIAL UNIT
    PRICING FOR PLUMBING SERVICES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for
  plumbing services. On February 23, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved the
  award for time and material unit pricing for plumbing services. The Request for
  Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve
  (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to




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  by both parties. Last year, the District spent approximately $18,791 on plumbing
  services.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                   Location
  Graf Plumbing, Inc.                                Corpus Christi, TX
  Larson Plumbing & Utility Co.                      Corpus Christi, TX
  Owen Plumbing & Drain Inc.                         Corpus Christi, TX
  A & A Consultant Inc., dba Perez Plumbing          Corpus Christi, TX
  Smart Plumbing Inc., dba Reed Plumbing             Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  time and material unit pricing for plumbing services with Graf Plumbing, Inc., Larson
  Plumbing & Utility Co., Owen Plumbing & Drain Inc., A & A Consultant Inc., dba
  Perez Plumbing, and Smart Plumbing Inc., dba Reed Plumbing for the period
  beginning April 1, 2010, and ending March 31, 2011.


12. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION OF TIME AND MATERIAL UNIT
    PRICING FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for
  electrical services. On February 23, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved the
  award for time and material unit pricing for electrical services. The Request for
  Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve
  (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to
  by both parties. Last year, the District spent approximately $129,400 on electrical
  services.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)




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  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved Vendors                                    Location
  C. W. Campbell Electric, Inc.                       Corpus Christi, TX
  Fidel Alvarado, Jr.                                 Corpus Christi, TX
  Gourley Contracting                                 Corpus Christi, TX
  JM Electric Company                                 Corpus Christi, TX
  Mathieu Electric Company, Inc.                      Corpus Christi, TX
  Rabalais I & E Constructors                         Corpus Christi, TX
  Scott Electric Company, Inc.                        Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  time and material unit pricing for electrical services with C. W. Campbell Electric,
  Inc., Fidel Alvarado, Jr., Gourley Contracting, JM Electric Company, Mathieu Electric
  Company, Inc., Rabalais I & E Constructors, and Scott Electric Company, Inc., for
  the period beginning March 1, 2010, and ending February 28, 2011.


13. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION OF TIME AND MATERIAL UNIT
    PRICING FOR FENCE REPAIR SERVICES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for fence repair services. On February 23, 2009, the Board of Trustees
  approved the award for fence repair services. The Request for Proposals contained
  the provision to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods
  subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties.
  Last year, the District spent approximately $27,679 on fence repair services.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Location
  D & C Fencing Company, Inc.                         Corpus Christi, TX
  Fencing, Inc. of Texas                              Corpus Christi, TX




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  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  time and material unit pricing for fence repair services with D & C Fencing Company,
  Inc. and Fencing, Inc. of Texas, for the period ending March 31, 2011.


14. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    PLUMBING SUPPLIES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for
  discount pricing of plumbing supplies. On April 13, 2009, the Board of Trustees
  approved the award for plumbing supplies. The Request for Proposals contained the
  provision to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods
  subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties.
  Last year, the District spent approximately $247,093 on plumbing supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                   Location
  Apple Specialties                                  Wading River, NY
  Armstrong Lumber Company                           Corpus Christi, TX
  Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.                         Corpus Christi, TX
  Johnstone Supply                                   Corpus Christi, TX
  McCoy’s Building Supply                            San Marcos, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension for
  discount pricing of plumbing supplies with Apple Specialties, Armstrong Lumber
  Company, Ferguson Enterprises, Inc., Johnstone Supply, and McCoy’s Building
  Supply for the period ending March 31, 2011.


15. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    FENCE SUPPLIES




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  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for fence supplies. On April 13, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved
  the award for fence supplies. The Request for Proposals contained the provision to
  extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the
  same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the
  District spent approximately $27,062 for fence supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Location
  Bell Fence Company                                  Corpus Christi, TX
  Fencing Inc. of Texas                               Corpus Christi, TX
  McCoy's Building Supply                             Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for fence supplies with Bell Fence Company, Fencing Inc. of Texas
  and McCoy's Building Supply for the period ending March 31, 2011.


16. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for electrical supplies. On April 13, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved
  the award for electrical supplies. The Request for Proposals contained the provision
  to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the
  same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the
  District spent approximately $292,094 on electrical supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)




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  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Location
  Armstrong Lumber Company                            Corpus Christi, TX
  CD Electric                                         Corpus Christi, TX
  CED dba Columbia Electric Supply                    Corpus Christi, TX
  Dealers Electric Supply Company                     Corpus Christi, TX
  Facility Solutions Group                            Corpus Christi, TX
  Graybar Electric                                    Corpus Christi, TX
  McCoy’s Building Supply                             San Marcos, TX
  Maintenance Engineering                             Windthorst, TX
  MidCoast Electric Supply, Inc.                      Corpus Christi, TX
  Summit Electric Supply                              Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for electrical supplies with Armstrong Lumber Company, CD
  Electric, CED dba Columbia Electric Supply, Dealers Electric Supply Company,
  Facility Solutions Group, Graybar Electric, McCoy’s Building Supply, Maintenance
  Engineering, MidCoast Electric Supply, Inc., and Summit Electric Supply for the
  period ending March 31, 2011.


17. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    PAINT AND PAINT RELATED SUPPLIES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for paint and paint related supplies. On April 13, 2009, the Board of
  Trustees approved the award for paint and paint related supplies. The Request for
  Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve
  (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to
  by both parties. Last year, the District spent approximately $91,427 on paint and
  paint related supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.




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  Approved vendors                                    Location
  Armstrong Lumber Company                            Corpus Christi, TX
  ICI Dulux Paints                                    Corpus Christi, TX
  MG Building Materials                               Corpus Christi, TX
  McCoy’s Building Supply                             San Marcos, TX
  Murphy Bros. Paint Company, Inc.                    Corpus Christi, TX
  Pittsburg Paint Company                             Corpus Christi, TX
  The Nelson Paint Company                            Kingsford, MI
  The Sherwin-Williams Company                        Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for paint and paint related supplies with Armstrong Lumber
  Company, ICI Dulux Paints, MG Building Materials, McCoy’s Building Supply,
  Murphy Bros. Paint Company, Inc., Pittsburg Paint Company, The Nelson Paint
  Company and The Sherwin-Williams Company for the period ending March 31,
  2011.


18. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for maintenance supplies. On April 13, 2009, the Board of Trustees
  approved the award for maintenance supplies. The Request for Proposals contained
  the provision to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods
  subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties.
  Last year, the District spent approximately $373,200 on maintenance supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Location
  4-W Specialties                                     Corpus Christi, TX
  ABC Sheetmetal & Welding Works                      Corpus Christi, TX
  Armstrong Lumber Company                            Corpus Christi, TX
  C & K Builders Hardware                             Corpus Christi, TX
  Dewey Supply, Inc.                                  Corpus Christi, TX




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  Johnstone Supply                                    Corpus Christi, TX
  McCoy’s Building Supply                             San Marcos, TX
  Medco Supply Company                                Tonawanda, NY
  Otto Dukes                                          Corpus Christi, TX
  Sheinberg Tool Company                              Corpus Christi, TX
  Zep Manufacturing                                   Ingleside, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for maintenance supplies with 4-W Specialties, ABC Sheetmetal &
  Welding Works, Armstrong Lumber Company, C & K Builders Hardware, Dewey
  Supply, Inc., Johnstone Supply, McCoy’s Building Supply, Medco Supply Company,
  Otto Dukes, Sheinberg Tool Company, and Zep Manufacturing for the period ending
  March 31, 2011.


19. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    HEATING AND COOLING WALL MOUNTED UNITS AND SUPPLIES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for heating and cooling wall mounted units and supplies. On April 13,
  2009, the Board of Trustees approved the award for heating and cooling wall
  mounted units and supplies. The Request for Proposals contained the provision to
  extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the
  same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the
  District spent approximately $90,000 on heating and cooling wall mounted units and
  supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Location
  Insco Distributing                                  Corpus Christi, TX
  Johnstone Supply                                    Corpus Christi, TX




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  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for heating and cooling wall mounted units and supplies with Insco
  Distributing and Johnstone Supply for the period ending March 31, 2011.


20. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    LOCK SUPPLIES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for lock supplies. On April 13, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved the
  award for lock supplies. The Request for Proposals contained the provision to
  extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the
  same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the
  District spent approximately $173,277 on lock supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Home Office location
  4-W Specialties                                     Corpus Christi, TX
  Accredited Lock Supply                              Secaucus, NJ
  Acme Architectural Hardware                         Houston, TX
  Alamo Iron Works                                    San Antonio, TX
  Armstrong Lumber Company                            Corpus Christi, TX
  C & K Builders Hardware                             Corpus Christi, TX
  Clark Security Products                             Dallas, TX
  Fairway Supply, Inc.                                Austin, TX
  Imperial Mill & Fixtures, Inc.                      Corpus Christi, TX
  Intermountain Lock & Security                       Denver, CO
  Mahwah Builders Hardware, Inc.                      Mahwan, NJ
  Majestic Lock Company, Inc.                         Elwood Park, NJ
  Southern Lock & Supply Company                      Largo, FL

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for lock supplies with 4-W Specialties, Accredited Lock Supply,
  Acme Architectural Hardware, Alamo Iron Works, Armstrong Lumber Company, C &




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  K Builders Hardware, Clark Security Products, Fairway Supply, Inc., Imperial Mill &
  Fixtures, Inc., Intermountain Lock & Security, Mahwah Builders Hardware, Inc.,
  Majestic Lock Company, Inc., and Southern Lock & Supply Company for the period
  ending March 31, 2011.


21. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    WELDING SUPPLIES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for welding supplies. On April 13, 2009, the Board of Trustees approved
  the award for welding supplies. The Request for Proposals contained the provision
  to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the
  same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the
  District spent approximately $2,037 on welding supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Location
  Airgas Southwest                                    Corpus Christi, TX
  Alamo Iron Works                                    San Antonio, TX
  Brodhead-Garett Company                             Mansfield, OH

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for welding supplies with Airgas Southwest, Alamo Iron Works, and
  Brodhead-Garett Company for the period ending March 31, 2011.


22. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SUPPLIES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for heating and air conditioning supplies. On April 13, 2009, the Board of
  Trustees approved the award for heating and air conditioning supplies. The Request
  for Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for two (2) additional




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  twelve (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually
  agreed to by both parties. Last year, the District spent approximately $207,782 on
  heating and air conditioning supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Location
  Johnstone Supply                                    Corpus Christi, TX
  McKenzie Equipment                                  Corpus Christi, TX
  Midcoast Electric Supply, Inc.                      Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for heating and air conditioning supplies with Johnstone Supply,
  McKenzie Equipment, and Midcoast Electric Supply, Inc. for the period ending
  March 31, 2011.


23. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    GROUNDS EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PARTS

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for grounds equipment replacement parts supplies. On April 13, 2009,
  the Board of Trustees approved the award for grounds equipment replacement parts
  supplies. The Request for Proposals contained the provision to extend the award for
  two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods subject to the same terms and
  conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties. Last year, the District spent
  approximately $69,400 on grounds equipment replacement parts supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)




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  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Location
  Coastal Bend Lawn and Garden                        Portland, TX
  Corpus Christi Golf Cars                            Corpus Christi, TX
  Gulf Tractor Company                                Corpus Christi, TX
  Otto Dukes                                          Corpus Christi, TX
  Professional Turf Products                          San Antonio, TX
  Turf and Irrigation Hardware                        Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for grounds equipment replacement parts with Coastal Bend Lawn
  and Garden, Corpus Christi Golf Cars, Gulf Tractor Company, Otto Dukes,
  Professional Turf Products and Turf and Irrigation Hardware for the period beginning
  May 1, 2010, and ending April 30, 2011.


24. APPROVAL OF FIRST AWARD EXTENSION FOR DISCOUNT PRICING FOR
    HERBICIDAL SUPPLIES

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Facilities and Operations is requesting the first award extension for the
  unit pricing for herbicidal supplies. On April 13, 2009, the Board of Trustees
  approved the award for herbicidal supplies. The Request for Proposals contained
  the provision to extend the award for two (2) additional twelve (12) month periods
  subject to the same terms and conditions and mutually agreed to by both parties.
  Last year, the District spent approximately $14,193 on herbicidal supplies.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the first award extension under the same
  terms and conditions.

  Approved vendors                                    Home Office location
  BWI Schulenburg                                     Schulenburg, TX
  Carso, Inc.                                         Camargo, IL
  Estes, Inc.                                         Schertz, TX
  John Deere Landscapes                               Cleveland, OH




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  Univar USA                                         Corpus Christi, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the first award extension of
  discount pricing for herbicidal supplies with BWI Schulenburg, Carso, Inc., Estes,
  Inc., John Deere Landscapes and Univar USA Company for the period ending
  March 31, 2011.


25. APPROVAL OF SECOND AND FINAL AWARD EXTENSION FOR
    INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT REPAIRS

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Purchasing and Distribution is requesting the second and final award
  extension for instructional equipment repairs. On March 23, 2009, the Board of
  Trustees approved the first award extension of instructional equipment repairs.
  Included in the Request for Proposal was the option to extend for two (2) additional
  twelve (12) month periods subject to the same terms and conditions. Last year, the
  District spent approximately $145,000 on instructional equipment repairs
  Districtwide.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The District is satisfied with the services being provided by the approved vendors.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  General fund (Budgeted)

  EVALUATION:
  The approved vendors have agreed to the second award extension under the same
  terms and conditions:

  Approved vendors                            Location
  Boyd’s Camera Audio Visual, Inc.            San Antonio, TX
  Butler Equipment Repairs                    Corpus Christi, TX
  EJ’s TV Service                             Corpus Christi, TX
  JMJ Business Equipment Co.                  Corpus Christi, TX
  Lawson Microscope Service Co.               Rockport, TX

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the second and final award
  extension for Instructional Equipment Repairs with Boyd’s Camera Audio Visual, Inc,
  Butler Service Co., EJ’s TV Service, JMJ Business Equipment Co., and Lawson
  Microscope Service Co., Inc. for the period ending March 31, 2011.




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26. APPROVAL OF AMENDED INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT WITH NUECES
    COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DISTRICT

  BACKGROUND:
  The Office of Health Services is requesting an amendment to the Interlocal
  agreement with the Nueces County Public Health District. On September 22, 2009,
  the Board of Trustees approved the Interlocal agreement with the Nueces County
  Public Health District for use of specific District campuses to be used for dispensing
  immunization and/or treatments when there is a declaration of public emergency.

  SUPPORTING DATA:
  The amendment request is to add Browne, Grant, and Wynn Seale Middle Schools
  and Houston and Moore Elementary Schools.

  FUNDING SOURCE:
  Not applicable

  EVALUATION:
  Nueces County Public Health District provides services through an interlocal
  agreement as provided in Texas Education Code 44.031(a)(4).

  ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
  It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the amended interlocal
  agreement with Nueces County Public Health District.




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                          BOARD OF TRUSTEES
               CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                         CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS



SUBJECT:            APPROVAL OF RESIGNATIONS AND RETIREMENTS, LEAVES
                    OF ABSENCE, AND NEW EMPLOYMENT

DATE:               February 22, 2010

PRESENTED BY:       Michael R. Briones
                    Chief Administrative Officer




                                       ACTION

BACKGROUND:
Attached are the resignations and retirements, leaves of absence and new employment.

APPLICABLE BOARD POLICIES:
DFE (LOCAL)
DC (LOCAL)

SUPPORTING DATA:
Not Applicable


FUNDING SOURCE:
Not Applicable


BOARD COMMITTEE ACTION:
Not Applicable


EVALUATION:
Not Applicable


ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve resignations and retirements,
leaves of absence, and new employment of district personnel.




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                        CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                     Corpus Christi, Texas

                                           February 22, 2010


                                           RESIGNATIONS

     NAME                       CAMPUS               ASSIGNMENT       EXP   LAST WK DAY CODE

 1   Caro, Robert               Cunningham           Math              05     01/20/10   E
 2   Carrales, Ralph Edward     Haas                 Theatre Arts      04     01/09/10   E
 3   Charles, Alma              eLearning            Director          17     02/05/10   E
 4   Cortez, Sara               Moody                Science           03     01/19/10   E
 5   Deanda, Marianela          Gibson               Pre-Kinder        28     01/09/10   I
 6   DuBose, Consuelo           Carroll Lane         Grade 3           04     12/11/09   H
 7   Fowler, Brittany           King                 PE                03     01/22/10   E
 8   Gomez, Sabina Maza         Moody                Science ARRA      03     02/08/10   E
 9   Gonzales, Belinda          Garcia               Grade 1           01     01/29/10   E
10   Harding, Sylvia            Woodlawn             Special Ed        23     02/04/10   E
11   Hernandez, Celina          South Park           Social Studies    01     01/04/10   E
12   Lane, Ileana               Calk                 Counselor         04     12/18/09   C
13   Netek, Bethany             Moody                Science           04     01/15/10   E
14   Olivarez-Mazone, Jessica   SLGC                 English           03     01/04/10   E
15   Ragsdale, Jami             King                 Business Ed       07     01/15/10   E
16   Serrano-Piche, Nicholas    King                 English           01     12/18/09   E
17   Serrata, Leah              Yeager               Grade 1           19     01/08/10   E
18   Silva, Martha              Mireles              Grade 3           10     02/02/10   E
19   Smith, Kandice             Sanders              Counselor         15     12/18/09   E
20   Thompson, Tommy            Carroll              English           01     12/18/09   E
21   Torres, Domitila           Martin               CALP              26     01/04/10   H
22   Villarreal, John           Special Ed           Psychologist      22     02/26/10   E


                                           RETIREMENTS

     NAME                       CAMPUS               ASSIGNMENT       EXP   LAST WK DAY CODE

 1   Berger, Mary               Jones                Grade 3           32     01/29/10   G
 2   Buchholz, Rex              Hamlin               Librarian         29     01/15/10   E
 3   Budd, Theresa              Jones                Grade 4           25     01/15/10   G
 4   Cantu, Sylvia              Hamlin               English           27     01/29/10   G
 5   Daehne, Mary               Menger               Grade 1           30     01/15/10   G
 6   Del Rio, Karen             Browne               Science           26     01/15/10   G




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                                 RETIREMENTS CONTINUED

     NAME                    CAMPUS              ASSIGNMENT           EXP   LAST WK DAY CODE

 7   Eckhart, Cynthia        Wynn Seale          Science               22     01/31/10     G
 8   Elzner, Nancy           Galvan              Grade 4               24     01/15/10     G
 9   Gallagher, Patricia     Fannin              Grade 1               24     01/29/10     G
10   Hammett, Margaret       Hamlin              Special Ed            20     01/31/10     G
11   Lindemulder, James      Fac & Operations    Admin Officer         13     04/30/10     G
12   Lopez, Debra            Moody               Parent Facilitator    29     01/31/10     G
13   Martinez, Mary Alice    Sanders             Grade 1-Bil           27     01/31/10     G
14   Palacio, Rebecca        Zavala              PK-Bil                33     01/15/10     G
15   Parish, Alice           Hamlin              Special Ed            31     01/15/10     G
16   Sendejo, Maria          Oak Park            Grade 4-Bil           24     01/25/10     G
17   Smith, C. Dotson        Athletics           Aquatics Teacher      45     01/29/10     G
18   Van Tassell, Gary       Carroll             Math                  23     01/31/10     G


                                     LEAVE OF ABSENCE

     NAME                    CAMPUS              ASSIGNMENT           EXP   LAST WK DAY CODE

 1 Easter, Arlene            Ray                 English               11     02/08/10     E
 2 Meador, Joe               Baker               Theatre Arts          02     12/18/09     E
 3 Monroe, Frankie           Ray                 Special Ed            21     02/17/10     E


                                     NEW EMPLOYMENT

     NAME                    CAMPUS              ASSIGNMENT           EXP   FIRST WK DAY

1    Aparicio, Nyssa         Fannin              Grade 1               00     02/08/10
2    Baran, Ashley R.        Menger              Speech Path           00     12/16/09
3    Barrera, Robert         Special Ed          Itin Behav Skills     03     01/06/10
4    Bourg, Brandon J.       Ray                 Social Studies        00     01/12/10
5    Caro, Robert            Cunningham          20/20 Facilitator     05     01/21/10
6    Devries, Rosa A.        Carroll             Math/Coach            00     12/09/09
7    Dreyer, Kristen S.      Jones               Grade 3               08     02/01/10
8    Gonzalez, Victoria M.   Oak Park            SAS                   00     02/02/10
9    Harney, Jill J.         Club Estates        Counselor             07     02/08/10




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                                NEW EMPLOYMENT CONTINUED

     NAME                      CAMPUS                ASSIGNMENT          EXP   FIRST WK DAY

10   Harvin, Vicky L.          Club Estates          Resource             00     02/10/10
11   Heil, Laura L.            Sanders               Counselor            03     01/25/10
12   Hlavik, James S.          Miller                English              01     01/26/10
13   Hodges, John R.           Mary Grett            Special Ed           00     01/20/10
14   Holdforth, Shari L.       Moore                 Grade 2              11     01/05/10
15   Holloway, Richard         South Park            Social Studies       00     01/25/10
16   Humes, Kathyron K.        Fine Arts & Adv Aca   Specialist           16     12/07/09
17   Judkins, Ralph R.         Carroll               Math                 05     01/20/10
18   Leal, Jennifer A.         Zavala                PreKinder-Bil        04     01/19/10
19   Lewis, Mark D.            Kaffie                Special Ed SAIL      00     01/25/10
20   Lisk, Staci R.            Jones                 Grade 4              01     01/19/10
21   Lynch, Jeffrey M.         Shaw                  SAIL-ARRA            02     02/22/10
22   Martinez, Dora M.         Zavala                SAS                  02     12/14/09
23   McGraw, Amber E           Carroll               Speech               01     01/20/10
24   Miller, Russell K.        Hamlin                Special Ed           09     02/01/10
25   Mirmortazavi, Ramina E.   Baker                 Theatre Arts         00     02/01/10
26   Mitchell, Debra A.        Menger                Grade 1              00     02/10/10
27   Parker, Karl A.           Mary Grett            Special Ed           02     01/19/10
28   Perkins, Deana R.         Moody                 Co-Teach ARRA        00     12/14/09
29   Potter, Jalene P.         Kostoryz              Teacher Advisor      12     01/11/10
30   Rios, Kimberly K.         Hamlin                Language Arts        00     02/01/10
31   Romero, Celeste E.        Galvan                Grade 4              00     01/25/10
32   Saenz, Jennifer M.        Garcia                Grade 1              00     02/08/10
33   Salazar, Minerva          Baker                 Lang Arts/Soc Stu    11     02/01/10
34   Schultz, Brenda B.        Mary Grett            Special Ed           00     02/01/10
35   Shirley, Valerie V.       Mireles               Grade 3              00     02/15/10
36   Silva, Martha E.          Mireles               Resource-ARRA        10     02/03/10
37   Silvas, Monica L.         Purch & Dist          Senior Buyer         00     01/05/10
38   Stewart, Melissa A.       Lexington             Speech Path          00     02/16/10
39   Stewart, Mohogany J.      Carroll               Math                 01     01/20/10




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            C       Accept employment in post-secondary or higher education
            D       Accept employment outside the teaching profession
            E       Leave employment for personal or family reasons
            F       Disability retirement
            G       Regular retirement
            H       Deceased
            I       Other
            J       Accept employment in school system in surrounding area




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                         BOARD OF TRUSTEES
              CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                        CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS



SUBJECT:           APPROVAL OF 2009-2010 BUDGET AMENDMENTS

DATE:              February 22, 2010

PRESENTED BY:      Donna Hohn
                   Comptroller



                                     ACTION

BACKGROUND:
General Operating Fund

Budget amendments for 2009-2010 are attached for the General Operating Fund.
Revenues and expenditures both have an overall increase of $253,971.

The net effect of these amendments on the General Operating Fund maintains the
projected net results of operations for 2009-2010 at a deficit of $1,364,124. The
unreserved and undesignated available fund balance is projected to be $44.8 million or
16.7% of 2009-2010 budgeted expenditures plus other uses.

Food Service Fund (National School Breakfast and Lunch Program)

One budget amendment for 2009-2010 is attached for the Food Service Fund.
Expenditures are increased $126,887. The net effect of this amendment on the Food
Service Fund decreases the projected net results of operations for 2009-2010 from a
surplus of $546,760 to a surplus of $419,873. The available fund balance is projected
to be $3.7 million or 23.5% of 2009-2010 budgeted expenditures.


APPLICABLE BOARD POLICIES:
Per Board Policy CE(LOCAL) budget amendments shall be presented when a change is
made increasing or decreasing any one of the functional spending categories or
increasing or decreasing revenue object accounts and other resources for the legally
adopted budget.




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SUPPORTING DATA:
All amendment forms prepared by campuses and departments are attached.
General Operating Fund

   1. Increase local revenues $253,971 for funds from Del Mar College for Collegiate
      High School program costs. Increase of $253,971 in function 11 (instructional)
      supplies, contracted services and capital outlay for Collegiate High School.
      Overall net effect $ -0-.
   2. Redirect SCE funds from function 11 (instructional) substitutes for function 13
      (staff development) employee out of district travel at Carroll High School - $1,000
      (net effect $ -0-).
   3. Redirect SCE funds from function 11 (instructional) tutorial extra-duty pay and
      function 32 (social work services) contracted services for function 61 (community
      services) salaries for a community involvement para-professional position at
      Kostoryz Elementary - $20,000 (net effect $ -0-).
   4. Redirect SCE funds from function 11 (instructional) salaries to function 61
      (community services) salaries to move a instructional para-professional unit to a
      community involvement para-professional unit at Travis Elementary - $20,000
      (net effect $ -0-).
   5. Redirect SCE funds from function 21 (instructional leadership) contracted
      services to function 11 (instructional) miscellaneous operating costs for high
      school students to attend the 2010 Young Leaders Conference - $9,200 (net
      effect $ -0-).
   6. Redirect SCE funds from function 21 (instructional leadership) supplies,
      temporary contract services and capital outlay for function 61 (community
      services) part-time/temporary help for child care provider services at Coles HIgh
      School - $6,517 (net effect $ -0-).
   7. Redirect district wide vehicle/equipment funds to the proper function and District
      Program per assessment needs analysis:
      • Function 52 (security services) - two (2) police vehicles
      • Function 36 (extracurricular activities) - four (4) athletic 14 passenger activity
          buses
      • Function 34 (student transportation) - two (2) transportation trucks and one
          (1) transportation forklift.
       - $312,870 (net effect $ -0-).




Food Service Fund (National School Breakfast and Lunch Program)

   1. Increase of $126,887 to function 35 (food services) to provide for the carry
      forward of prior fiscal year (2008-2009) encumbrances. These encumbrances
      represent a commitment of Board appropriations to unperformed contracts for
      goods and services as of August 31, 2009.




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FUNDING SOURCE:
General Operating Fund

The net effect of all proposed amendments to the General Operating Fund only involves
function or categorical changes with no net increase or decrease of funding.

Food Service Fund (National School Breakfast and Lunch Program)

The net decrease of projected net results of $126,887 to the Food Service Fund will be
deducted from the Food Service Fund Balance.

BOARD COMMITTEE ACTION:
The Board of Trustees Fiscal Management Committee reviewed all items on February
8, 2010, for Submission/Recommendation to the full Board.

EVALUATION:
Each campus/department reviews their budgets and determines any budget
amendments as needed. The applicable Assistant Superintendent or Chief Financial
Officer reviews and authorizes each budget amendment. The Office of Finance reviews
all budget amendment requests for proper account coding, proper budget amounts and
overall reasonableness evaluation. Any net increases, which will reduce the General
Operating Fund Balance, must be approved by the Chief Financial Officer.

ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the 2009-2010 budget amendments be approved as proposed.




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                                    CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

                                            GENERAL FUND AMENDMENTS 

                                  FOR FEBRUARY 22,2010 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING 





                                          2009 - 2010                    DIFFERENCE                       2009 - 2010
                                       CURRENT BUDGET               INCREASE        %                  AMENDED BUDGET
                                       AMOUNT         ~            (DECREASE)     CHANGE               AMOUNT         %
   REVENUE
Property Taxes                         $117,944,897      44.2%                 $0             0.0%     $117,944,897    44.2%
Other Local Sources                       4,768,000       1.8%            253,971           100.0%        5,021,971     1.9%
State Sources                           139,573,225      52.3%                  0             0.0%      139,573,225    52.3%
Federal Sources                           3,050,000       1.1%                  Q             0.0%        3,050,000     1.1%
   TOTAL REVENUE                      $265,336,122       99.5%           $253,971           100.0%     $265,590,093    99.5%

    EXPENDITURES
Instruction                      11   $158,653,558       59.2%           $237,171            93.4%     $158,890,729     59.2%
Instr Resources/Media Svcs       12      4,676,678        1.7%                  0             0.0%        4,676,678      1.7%
Curr & Inst Staff Develop        13      1,426,989        0.5%              1,000             0.4%        1,427,989      0.5%
Instructional Leadership         21       5,n7,022        2.2%            (15.717)           -6.2%        5,761,305      2.1%
School Leadership                23      16,699,047       6.2%                  0             0.0%       16,699,047      6.2%
Guidance & Counseling            31      10,651.995       4.0%                  0             0.0%       10,651,995      4.0%
Social Work Services             32       1,566,846       0.6%            (15,000)           -5.9%        1,551,846      0.6%
HeaHh Services                   33       2,378,075       0.9%                  0             0.0%        2,378,075      0.9%
Student Transportation           34       7,227,901       2.7%             76,000            29.9%        7,303,901      2.7%
Cocurricular Activities          36       7,491,602       2.8%            183,548            72.3%        7,675,150      2.9%
General Administration           41       7,716,881       2.9%                  0             0.0%        7,716,881      2.9%
Plant Maintenance                51      31,691,410      11.8%           (312,870)         -123.2%       31,378,540     11.7%
Security Services                52       2,405,640       0.9%             53,322            21.0%        2,458,962      0.9%
Data Processing Services         53       4,n9,326        1.8%                  0             0.0%        4,n9,326       1.8%
Community Services               61      1,301.384        0.5%             46,517            18.3%        1,347,901      0.5%
Debt Service                     71      1,080,483        0.4%                  0             0.0%        1,080,483      0.4%
Facilities Acquisition & Const   81        439.340        0.2%                  0             0.0%          439,340      0.2%
Juvenile Justice AEP             95        380,160        0.1%                  0             0.0%          380,160      0.1%
Intergovernmental Charges        99      1,738,712        0.6%                  Q             0.0%        1,738,712      0.6%
    TOTAL EXPENDITURES                $268,083,049      100.0%           $253,971           100.0%     $268,337,020    100.0%

Plus Other Sources                       $1,404,003       0.5%                 $0              0.0%      $1,404.003     0.5%
Less Other Uses                                   Q       0.0%                  Q              0.0%               Q     0.0%
NET ACTIVITY FOR YEAR                   ($1,342,924)                           $!!                      ($1,342,924)




                                         PROJECTED END OF YEAR FUND BALANCE

PrOjected Unreserved Fund Balance as of August 31,2009 (Unaudited)                                      $44,733,902
   Plus Estimated Reserve for Carryover of Encumbrances 2008-2009                    $      988,313
   Plus Projected Net Activity for 2009-2010                                             (1,342,924)
   Plus Undesignation of Fund Balance for subs for school sponsored events                   15,457
   Plus Undesignation of Fund Balance for new student/business systems                      279.373
   Plus Undesignation of Fund Balance for Energy for Schools Rebate                         111.581          51,800
Projected Ending Fund Balance for 2009-2010                                                             $44,785.702

      (Fund Balance projected @ 16.7 % of expenditures and Other Uses)




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                                                                                                                             RECEIVED
                                 CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                               BOARD OF TRUSTEES                                                             JAN Z 9 2010
                                   2009-2010 BUDGET AMENDMENT (JAN - AUG 2010)
                                            (New Business+ Account Format)                                                CORPUS CHRISTI ISD
                                                                                                                             !::I! I   I,",C neel,",c


         FUND: 199 - General Fund
   DEPARTMENT: 008 - Collegiate High School
     PROGRAM: 241 - High School Allotment
         DATE:   01/29/10
                                                                              (A)                  (B)                    (C)                           (D) (C-B)




           199         00   00   000     Y       00     000    5749           300,000              300,000                553,971                          253,971

                                                      TOTAL REVENUE           300,000              300,000                553,971                          253,971


          199          11   00   008     Y       11     241    6674             1,000                    1,000            141,000                          140,000
          199          11   00   008     Y       11     241    6679                 0                        0             10,000                           10,000
          199          11   00   008     Y       11     241    6249            10,000                   10,000             21,000                           11,000 •
          199          11   00   008     Y       11     241    6645                 0                        0             66,000                           66,000
          199          11   00   008     Y       11     241    6399            73,750                   73,750            100,721                           26,971




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                                                TOTAL EXPENDITURE              84,750                   84,750            338,721                         253,971


                                                          NET TOTAL                                                                                             $0
JUSTIFICATION:

     To allocate pass through proceeds from the Gates Foundation grant administered by
     Del Mar College for the operation of Collegiate High School.
Annualized Cost:
Future Year Impact:


                                                            APPROVAL
CAMPUS APPROVAL:                               Tracie Rodriguez
DEPARTMENT/AREA TEAM APPROVAL:
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT APPRO                Bemadine Cervantes
SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAl:                                               D. Scott Elliff



           Approval:
I ~in,"'nr'o                                                           Posted By:
           Number:                                                     Posting Date:


                                                       46                                                      WEB 931-303 (Rev 9/09)
                                   CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

                                              BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

                                      2009-2010 BUDGET AMENDMENT (JAN - AUG 2010) 

                                               (New Business+ Account Format) 


           FUND: 199 - General Fund
  DEPARTMENT: 009 - Carroll HS
      PROGRAM: 251 - State Compensatory Education
           DATE: January 22, 2010
                                                                                    (A)                (B)                  (C)                 (D) (C-B)




       199             11   J1     001      Y      24     251      6112                3,047                3,047              2,047                (1,000)

       199             13   HL     001      Y      24     251      6411                4,500                4,500              5,500                 1,000




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                                                                    TOTAL           $7,547         $7,547        $7,547             $0
 JUSTIFICATION:
 The additional funds will be used for teachers to attend the ASCD-Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development conference in
 March.

                                                                                                                     RECEIVED
 Annualized Cost:
 Future Year Impact:
                                                                                                                     FEB          1    2010

 CAMPUS APPROVAL: Laura Dobbins
 DEPARTMENT/AREA TEAM APPROVAL S. South / Y. Colmenero
   ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL: Dr. Janis Jordan
., SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL:                                                                                                               (Object 6119/6129)


                                                     FINANCE OFFICE USE ONLY
 Finance Approval:                                                         Posted By:
 Control Number.                                                           Posting Date:




   RECEIVED                                                                                                         RECEiVED
         JAN 22 2010                                                                                                JAN 2lj ~.
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                                                                                                               WEB 931-303 (Rev 9/09)
                                                         47
                           CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT                                                 RECENEO
                                      BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                 2009-2010 BUDGET AMENDMENT (SEPT - DEC 2009)                                         fEB - ~ 10\0
                                            (Pentamation Account Format)                                                    Ie-   r.1-IR.\SI\
          FUND: 1990 - General Fund                                                                              ¥~NANC£ QFF\Ct::
 DEPARTMENT: 118 - Kostoryz Elementary School
    PROGRAM: 251 - State Compensatory Education
          DATE: January 15, 2010
                                                                      (A)                     (8)               (C)               (0) (C-8)




      1990            11   118     30    OW        251   6118          21,n1                   21,771            16,n1               . (5,000)

      1990            32   118     30    HL        251   6299          15,000                  15,000                   o            (15,000)

      1990            61   118     30    BV        251   6129                   o                      o         20,000               20,000



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                                                        TOTAL         $36,771         $36,771        $36,771          $0
JUSTIFICATION:
Pays the salary of the Community Involvement Paraprofessional who monitors attendance and academic progress of students
identified as being at-risk. The papaprofessional communicates one-on-one with parents and guardians through frequent
telephone conversations, home visits to eliminate barriers, which may result in excessive absences and poor student
acheivement.

Annualized Cost:
Future Year Impact:




CAMPUS APPROVAL: Laura Dobbins 

DEPARTMENT/AREA TEAM APPROVAL: s. SouthIY. Colmenero 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL: Janis Jordan ~~~:¢:;:~~~~~~~;=:::'-I-_ 

SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL: D. Scott Elliff                                  (Acct 6119/6129) 





Finance Approval:                                               Posted By: 

Control Number:                                                 Posting Date: 




                                                         48
                                   CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                              BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                                                                                                                                RECEIVED
                                        2009-2010 BUDGET AMENDMENT (JAN - AUG 2010) 

                                                     (New Business+ Account Format) 

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       FUND:        199 - General Fund
 DEPARTMENT:        136 - Travis ES                                                                                                       CORPUS CHRISTI
    PROGRAM:        251 - State Compensatory Education 
                                                                                  FINANCE OFFICE
       DATE:        January 15, 2010 

                                                                                   (A)                        (B)                         (C)            (D) (C-B)




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                                                                    TOTAL          $20,000                    $20,000                     $20,000                  $0
JUSTIFICATION:
The shift in position from Instructional paraprofessional to Community Involvement paraprofessional is to meet the
identified needs as assessed by the campus.

Annualized Cost:
Future Year Impact:


                                                APPROVAL
CAMPUS APPROVAL: Laura Dobbins
DEPARTMENT/AREA TEAM APPROVAL: S. SouthlY. Colmenero
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL: Janis Jordan
SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL: D. Scott Elliff                                                                                                              (Object 6119/6129)


                                                         FINANCE OFFICE USE ONLY
Finance Approval:                                                         Posted By:
Control Number:                                                           Posting Date:


                                                                                                                           WEB 931-303 (Rev 9/09)
                                                             49
                                                     CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

                                                                BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

                                                              2009-2010 BUDGET AMENDMENT (JAN -AUG 2010) 

                                                                       (New Business+ Account Fonnat)                                                                                                   RECEIVED
       FUND::§99
 DEPARTMENT:
             - General Fund
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                                                                                                                                                                                                      JAN 29 2010
   PROGRAM:           ~m~~ln~s~m~o~~Ed~U~~~ti~o~n__________________________- - i                                                                                                               CORPUS CHRISTI
              DATE:                    15,2010                                                                                                                                                 FINANCE OFFICE
                                                                                                                                         (A)                         (8)                          (C)                   (D) (CwB)

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         199                 21         HL            812             Y            99            251             6219                      10,000                       10,000                          800                      (9,200)
         199                 11         H6            812              Y           99            251             6499                           0                            0                        9,200                       9,200




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JUSTIFICATION:
This amendment will create an account to pay for student fees. Students at Carroll HS, King HS, Ray HS, Collegiate HS,and
Coles HS will participate in the 2010 Young leaders Conference sponsored by the National Hispanic Institute.

Annualized Cost
Future Year Impact:


                                                                                                       APPROVAL
CAMPUS APPROVAL: Laura Dobbins
DEPARTMENT/AREA TEAM APPROVAL: Sharon SouUIfYvonne Colmenero
     ANT SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL: Janis Jordan
SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL: D. Scott Elliff



Finance Approval:                                                                                                             Posted By:
Control Number:                                                                                                               Posting Date:


                                                                                                                                                                                  WEB 931-303 (Rev 9/09)
                                                                                             50
                                             CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

                                                        BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

                                                   2009-2010 BUDGET AMENDMENT (JAN - AUG 2010) 

                                                            (New Business+ Account Format) 


          FUND: 199 -- General Fund
 DEPARTMENT: 009 -- Coles HS
     PROGRAM: 251 -- State Compensatory Education
          DATE: January 7, 2010
                                                                                                                      (A)                      (8)                     (C)                   (D) (C-8)




       199            21         00          812                        Y          99       258      6645                2,300                   2,300                                o            (2,300)

       199            21         BE          812                        Y          99       258      6218                3,000                   3,000                                o            (3,000)

       199            21         HL          812                        Y          99       258      6399                9,310                   6,170                        4,953                (1,217)

       199            61         00          009                        Y          24       251      6126                         0                   o                       6,517                 6,517



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                                                                     TOTAL          $14,610        $11,470        $11,470                $0
JUSTIFICATION:
Payroll account to be established to pay for the remaining salary for child care provider employee that was funded through the Life Skills
Program grant during the first semester.


Annualized Cost:
Future Year Impact:


                                                                                                  APPROVAL
CAMPUS APPROVAL:             Laura Dobbins
DEPARTMENT/AREA TEAM APPROVAL S. South / Y. Colmenero
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL: Dr. Janis Jordan
SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL:                                                                                                                                                                  (Object 6119/6129)


                                                                                    FINANCE OFFICE USE ONLY
Finance Approval:             Don                                                                             Posted By:
Control Number:                                                                                               Posting Date:


                                                                                                                                                                   RECEIVED
RECEIVED                                                                                              RECEiVED
                                                                                                      JAN 13 -:~~.:-                                            'JAN 1 9 2010
                                                                                                           ,       .
      JAN 07 2']18                                                                                                                                            CORPUS CHRISTI
                                                                                                   OF~~SI;PERIHi'ENDENT
                                                                                                     O'Jf.n;::: :::;;:.:.37/ISO                               FINANCE OFFICE
STATE COMP ED
                                                                                            51                                                       WEB 931-303 (Rev 9/09)
                                                CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT                                                              RECEIVED
                                                           BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                                       2009-2010 BUDGET AMENDMENT (JAN - AUG 2010)                                                   JAN 25 2010
                                                                (New Business+ Account Format)                                                  CORPlrQ          A


                    FUND: General Fund - 199
     DEPARTMENT: Various
                                       ~~~------------------------------------------------~
        PROGRAM: Various
                                       ~~~------------------------------------------------~
                    DATE: January 25,2010
                                                                                                            (A)                  (B)                  (C)               (D) (C-B)
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        199           51    00     910       Y                      99        471         6631              750,000              750,000              437,130              (312,870)
District-wide vehicle/equipment budget allocation

      199           52     00                    921       Y        99        491         6631                        0                   0             53,322               53,322
Two (2) Police Services vehicles

       199            36    1T      912       Y                     91        359         6631                        0                   0           183,548               183,548
Four (4) Athletic 14 passenger activity buses

      199           34      1T                   936       Y        99        411         6631                       0                    0             56,000               56,000
Two (2) Transportation trucks

      199           34      1T                   936       Y        99        411         6639                       0                    0             20,000               20,000
One (1) Transportation forklift




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                                                                                         TOTAL            $750,000             $750,000             $750,000                      $0
JUSTIFICATION:


Reclassify vehicle/equipment purchases to proper function and District Program from District-wide vehicle/equipment budget allocation.

Annualized Cost:
Future Year Impact:




CAMPUS APPROVAL: 

                                                                                    APPROVAL~~~_________________________
DEPARTMENT/AREA TEAM APPROVAL: 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL: 
                                                                ~~~~~~--~~~~pp~~
SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL:                                                                                                                                             (Object 6119/6129)


                                                                         FINANCE OFFICE USE ONLY
Finance Approval:                                                                                   Posted By:
Control Number:                                                                                     Posting Date:


                                                                            52                                                             WEB 931-303 (Rev 9/09)
                                CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                                      FOOD SERVICE FUND AMENDMENTS
                              FOR FEBRUARY 22,2010 BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING




                                     2009 - 2010                  DIFFERENCE               2009 - 2010
                                  CURRENT BUDGET             INCREASE        %          AMENDED BUDGET
                                  AMOUNT         %          (DECREASE}     CHANGE       AMOUNT         %
   REVENUE
Local Sources                      $3,084,800      19.0%                 $0     0.0%     $3,084,800   19.0%
State Sources                         128,829       0.8%                  0     0.0%        128,829    0.8%
Federal Sources                    13,050,000      80.2%                  Q     0.0%     13,050,000   80.2%
   TOTAL REVENUE                  $16,263,629      100.0%                $0     0.0%    $16,263,629   100.0%

   EXPENDITURES
Food Service                      $14,467,043       92.0%           $126,887   100.0%   $14,593,930    92.1%
Plant Maintenance                   1.249,826        8.0%                 Q      0.0%     1,249,826     7.9%
   TOTAL EXPENDITURES             $15,716,869      100.0%           $126,887   100.0%   $15,843,756   100.0%

Plus Other Sources                            $0    0.0%                 $0     0.0%            $0     0.0%
Less Other Uses                               Q     0.0%                  Q     0.0%             Q     0.0%
NET ACTIVITY FOR YEAR                $546,760                   ($126,887)                $419,873




                                     PROJECTED END OF YEAR FUND BALANCE

Audited Unreserved Fund Balance as of August 31,2009                                     $3,182,350
   Plus Estimated Reserve for Carryover of Encumbrances 2008-2009                           126,887
   Plus Projected Net Activity for 2009-2010                                                419,873
Projected Ending Fund Balance for 2009-2010                                              $3,729,110

     (Fund Balance projected @ 23.5% of expenditures)




                                                    53
                                 CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

                                            BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

                                     2009-2010 BUDGET AMENDMENT (JAN - AUG 2010) 

                                              (New Business+ Account Format) 

                            ________________________________________~
          FUND:~~_ic~e_-~2~40
 DEPARTMENT:
     PROGRAM:~
                  ~--------------------------------------------------~
                    __________________________________________________~
            DATE: February 1, 2010
                                                                                           (A)                         (B)                          (C)                 (D) (C-B)

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      240                  00 001    Y           99      000      6249                             400                         400                 3,068~
      240                  00 043 ! Y                             6249                225          225
                                                                                                 351.00    I  126.00
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      240           35        951                               6399      50,000   ~,OOO      50,948.00       948.00
      240                      951 ! Y
      240           35      °
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                                                                6639
                                                                6645
                                                                          20,000
                                                                         160,000
                                                                                   20,000
                                                                                  160,000
                                                                                             116,320.20
                                                                                             170,339.12
                                                                                                           96,320.20
                                                                                                           10,339.12
      240           35     00  952   Y           99      000    6249     197,000  197,000    212,133.47    15,133.47
      240           35     00  952   Y           99      000    6319      50,000   50,000     51,069.92     1,069.92




                                                                  TOTAL        $478,1        78,125     605,011.71                                                      126,886.71
JUSTIFICATION:
Carryforward of prior fiscal year (2008-2009) encumbrances. These encumbrances represent a commitment of Board
appropriations to unperformed contracts for goods and services as of August 31,2009.

Annualized Cost: None. Funded from prior year remaining budget balances in ending fiscal year 2009 fund balance.
Future Year Impact:


                                                            APPROVAL
CAMPUS APPROVAL:
DEPARTMENT/AREA TEAM APPROVAL:
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL:
SUPERINTENDENT APPROVAL:

                                                   FINANCE OFFICE USE ONLY
Finance Approval:                                                               Posted By:
Control Number:                                                                 Posting Date:


                                                       54                                                                           WEB 931-303 (Rev 9/09)
                          BOARD OF TRUSTEES
               CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                         CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS



SUBJECT:            APPROVAL OF INVESTMENT REPORT AND ACCEPTANCE OF
                    FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR DECEMBER 2009

DATE:               February 22, 2010

PRESENTED BY:       Donna Hohn
                    Comptroller



                                       ACTION

BACKGROUND:

On a monthly basis the Office of Finance prepares unaudited financial statements for
the following District funds for acceptance by the Board of Trustees.

   •    General Fund
   •    Special Revenue Funds
   •    Debt Service Fund
   •    Capital Project Funds
   •    Internal Service Funds

The District's Investment Policy requires the District's investment officer to prepare and
submit to the Board of Trustees a written report of investment transactions for all funds
covered by the Public Funds Investment Act at a minimum on a quarterly basis.

The Nueces County Tax Assessor-Collector provides the District a monthly summary of
all local property taxes collected on the District's behalf.

APPLICABLE BOARD POLICIES:

CDA (LEGAL), CDA (LOCAL), CFA (LEGAL) and CFA (LOCAL)




                                       55
SUPPORTING DATA:

Office of Finance unaudited financial statements for December 2009 include the
following:

   •   Statement of Revenue, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance for the
       General Fund, Special Revenue Funds, Debt Service Fund and Capital Projects
       Funds
   •   General Fund Analysis of Budget Status by Program
   •   Summary of Expenditures by Fund for Special Revenue Funds
   •   Investment Report
   •   Tax Collection Report


FUNDING SOURCE:

Not applicable.

BOARD COMMITTEE ACTION:

The Board of Trustees Fiscal Management Committee reviewed these items on
February 8, 2010 for Submission/Recommendation to Full Board.

EVALUATION:

Not applicable.

ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:

The Administration recommends the Board consider the Investment Report for the
month of December 2009 and accepting the Financial Statements reflecting revenue
and expenditures as of December 31, 2009.




                                   56
CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

              FINANCE REPORTS 


               DECEMBER 2009 





                  57
CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

             FINANCE REPORTS 

              DECEMBER 2009 





               TABLE OF CONTENTS

Financial Statements                          1

 General Fund                                 2

  Analysis of Budget Status by Program        3

 Special Revenue Funds                        4

   Summary of Expenditures by Fund            5

   Food Service Fund                          7

 Debt Service Fund                            8

 Capital Project Funds - 2008 Bond            9

   2008 Bond - Renovation and Construction   10 

   2008 Bond - Renovation and Technology     11 

 Internal Service Funds                      12 

   Print Shop Fund - 752                     13 

   Worker's Compensation Fund - 753          14 

   Admin. Building Copiers Fund - 770        15 


Investment Reports                           16 


Tax Collector's Report                       19 





                         58
CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 


            FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 


               DECEMBER 2009 





                        1

                   59
                                 CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

                      STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

                                    DECEMBER 31, 2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR)

                                                         GENERAL FUND


                                         CURRENT             CURRENT                YTD          % BUDGET % BUDGET
CODE      DESCRIPTION                    BUDGET               MONTH               EXP+ ENC          YTD  PRIOR YEAR

       Revenues
5740   Investment Income                   $1,500,000                 $21,618          $86,342      6%      23%
5700   Other Local Sources                121,212,897               9,838,315       42,076,814     35%      36%
5800   State Sources                      139,573,225                 205,795       57,656,546     41%      45%
5900   Federal Sources                      3,050,000                 181,889        1,220.593     40%      10%
       Total Revenues                    $265,336,122             $10,247,617     $101,040,295     38%      41%

       Expenditures
 11    Instruction                       $158,653,558             $11,711,707      $48.773,424     31%      31%
 12    Inst'l Resources/Media SVC5          4,676,678                 321,434        1,764,390     38%      35%
 13    Curriculum & Inst'l Staff Dev        1,426,989                  18,055          257,821     18%      22%
 21    Instructional Leadership             5,777,022                 463,644        1,826,344     32%      31%
 23    School Leadership                   16,699,047               1,190,228        5,171,658     31%      31%
 31    Guidance and Counseling             10,651,995                 749,532        3.234,416     30%      30%
 32    Social Work Services                 1,566.846                 132.059          583.333     37%      39%
 33    Health Services                      2,378,075                 162,227          706,783     30%      30%
 34    Student Transportation               7,227,901                 350,646        3.261.972     45%      32%
 36    Cocurricular Activities              7,491.602                 634,945        2,958,474     39%      37%
 41    General Administration               7,716,881                 617,137        2,722,097     35%      36%
 51    Plant Maintenance & Ops             31,691,411               1,635,690       10,166,091     32%      31%
 52    Security Services                    2,405,639                 202,269          810,973     34%      33%
 53    Data ProceSSing Services             4,779.326                 294,494        2,128,175     45%      44%
 61    Community Services                   1,301,384                  87,971          372,990     29%      28%
 71    Debt Services                        1,080,483                        0         334,027     31%      12%
 81    Facility Acquisition & Const           439,340                       (4)            336      0%      100%
 95    Juvenile Justice AEP                   380,160                  38,149          143,160     38%      41%
 99    Other Inter-Governmental             1,738,712                 428,865        1.715,460     99%      94%
       Total Expenditures                $268.083,049             $19,039,048      $86,931,924     32%      32%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                       $1,404,003                        $0         $4,020     0%        3%
       Other Uses                                   Q                        Q               Q     0%        0%

       Net Activity                       ($1,342,924)            ($8,791,431)     $14,112,391

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1, 2009                   45.167,886
       Undesignation of Fund Balances:
       School Sponsored Subs                  15,457
       Business/Student Systems              279,373
       Energy for Schools Rebate             111,581
       2008-09 Encumbrances                  988,313

       Budgeted Fund Balance              $45,219,686

       (Fund Balance projected to be 16.8% of expenditures and other uses,




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                                                      GENERAL FUND
                                         ANALYSIS OF BUDGET STATUS BY PROGRAM
                                          DECEMBER 31, 2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR)
                                                                                                            BUDGETED POSITIONS
DIST                                                CURRENT          YTD            % BUDGET PRIOR YR    AUTH    FILLED
PROG                 DESCRIPTION                     BUDGET        EXP+ENC            USED    % USED      FTE    ...£IL VARIANCE
 000    OTHER SOURCES &OTHER USES                   ($1,404,003)         ($4,020)       0%      8%
 039    HIGH SCHOOLS                                 28,715,742      9,827,957         34%     34%        558.10      554.24      3.86
 099    MIDDLE SCHOOLS                               27,889,078      9,169,004         33%     33%        546.45      547.45     (1.00)
 179    ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS                           69,617,456     22,958,567         33%     33%      1,452.25    1,435.75    16.50
 191    OFFICE OF ELEMENTARY CURRICULUM                1,168,335        365,984        31%     24%          13.00      13.00      0.00
 192    FINE ARTS                                      1,213,703        423,889        35%     36%           8.90       6.00      2.90
 193   OFFICE OF SECONDARY CURRICULUM                  1,077,370       320,967         30%     33%          13.00      12.00      1.00
203    OFFICE OF SPECIAL PROGRAMS                        131,828          48,079       36%     62%           1.50        1.50     0.00
 208   OFFICE OF STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES                866,434       294,862         34%     35%         10.00       10.00      0.00
216    INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT                             210,758          78,318      37%      31%           2.00       0.00      2.00
217    SCHOOL LEADERSHIP SERVICES                        921,650       376,786        41%      36%         10.50       10.50      0.00
219    CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION                          672,923       212,173        32%      35%           3.00       2.00      1.00
221    GIFTED &TALENTED EDUCATION                        778,854        180,254       23%      21%         13.10       12.00      1.10
231    CAREER &TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION                   6,074,618      1,849,950        30%      32%        110.66      103.80      6.86
232    INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY/LIBRARY & MEDIA          159,387          71,259      45%     26%            2.00       1.00      1.00
241    HIGH SCHOOL ALLOTMENT                          2,374,334      1,082,826        46%      0%          41.00       42.00    (1.00)
250    STATE COMPENSATORY EDUCATION                   8,707,603      2,791,495        32%     31%         163.54      162.71      0.82
271    OFFICE OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION                     599,708       170,437        28%     24%          13.00       13.00      0.00
283    OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION                   22,741,161      7,190,568        32%     32%        541.75      525.74     16.01
359    OFFICE OF ATHLETICS                            5,301,001      2,005,750        38%     36%          26.00       25.00      1.00
361    LIFE SKILLS PROGRAM                               645,540       227,872        35%     35%          26.36       25.36      1.00
363    OFFICE OF GUIDANCE & COUNSELING                    90,531         10,053       11%     38%            2.00       0.00      2.00
364    OFFICE OF STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES                229,097          90,058       39%     31%            4.75       4.75      0.00
401    OFFICE OF FACILITIES & OPERATIONS             17,752,194      6,049,393        34%     40%        437.75      426.50     11.25
410    OFFICE OF TRANSPORTATION                       7,684,431      3,500,782        46%     33%        146.00      140.13       5.88
431    BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES                         158,987         53,329       34%     35%            2.00       2.00     0.00
440    OFFICE OF PURCHASING & DISTRIBUTION            2,112,974        985,639        47%     52%          40.00       39.00      1.00
451    EMPLOYEE BENEFITS / RISK MANAGEMENT            4,164,329      1,814,074        44%     62%            7.00       7.00     0.00
461    OFFICE OF FINANCE                              4,478,768      2,598,963        58%     40%          28.00       27.00     1.00
471    BUSINESS SERVICES (CFO)                          956,700          68,710        7%     25%            2.00       2.00     0.00
472    ENERGY MANAGEMENT                              5,031,354        734,610        15%      5%            3.00       3.00     0.00
476    OFFICE OF INTERNAL AUDIT                         215,682          58,072       27%     28%            3.00       3.00     0.00
480    TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS                             7,958,426      3,318,753        42%     58%          77.50       75.00     2.50
491    OFFICE OF SECURITY SERVICES                    2,019,708        718,412        36%     34%          55.00       54.00      1.00
511    OFFICE OF PERSONNEL                              728,209        282,285        39%     40%          15.00       13.00     2.00
515    ADMINISTRATNE SERVICES (CAO)                     308,216        127,638        41%     37%            2.00       2.00     0.00
522    OFFICE OF COMMUNICATIONS                         517,455        240,052        46%     35%           6.00        6.00     0.00
523    FAMILY EDUCATION & INVOLVEMENT                   140,903          45,915       33%     34%           2.00        2.00     0.00
524    RESEARCH, TESTING AND EVALUATION               1,119,946        336,407        30%     36%          15.00       14.00     1.00
525    LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT                           234,272          27,765       12%     34%           2.00        1.00     1.00
531    OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT                     457,278        190,751        42%     15%           3.00        2.00     1.00
532    BOARD OF TRUSTEES                                  86,654        24,645        28%     26%            1.00       1.00     0.00
533    STRATEGIC INITIATIVE                             175,010         56,259        32%      0%           2.00        2.00     0.00
535    OFFICE OF LEGAL SERVICES                         784,126        403,234        51%     64%           3.00        3.00     0.00
560    EMPLOYEE BENEFITS & SUBSTITUTES              28,810,316      5,549,128         19%     21%
570    STUDENT ACTIVITY FUNDS                         2,000,000              Q        0%       0%
601    SALARY ACCRUAL                                        Q               Q         0%      0%
       TOTAL OPERATING FUND EXPENDITURES          1266.fiZ9.046    i§fi,92Z,9GJ       33%     32%       ~.:Wi.1g    ~




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         COMBINED STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

                           DECEMBER 31, 2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR) 


                                            SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 



                                        CURRENT        CURRENT        TID           % BUDGET % BUDGET
CODE           DESCRIPTION              BUDGET          MONTH       EXP + ENC          YTD  PRIOR YEAR

       Revenues
5740   Investment Income                    $46,000            $0        $1,454        3%      13%
5700   Other. Local Sources               4,169,350       268,009     1,021,044       24%      23%
5800   State Sources                      7,604,934       562,944     2,715,042       36%      0%
5900   Federal Sources                   77.271,287     7.066.549    15,531,562       20%      15%
       Total Revenues                   $89,091,571    $7,897,502   $19,269,102       22%      13%

       Expenditures
 11    Instruction                      $43,703,234    $3,201,469   $12,226,064       28%       26%
 12    Inst'l Resources/Media Svcs          530,373        42,965       312,011       59%       24%
 13    Curriculum & Inst'l Staff Dev      9,531,844       750,345     2,678,022       28%       32%
 21    Instructional Leadership           3,798,494       245,058     1,086,419       29%       19%
 23    School Leadership                    902,628       134,775       215,263       24%      30%
 31    Guidance and Counseling            1,862,071       213,153       519,646       28%      30%
 32    Social Work Services                 477,959        51,186       286,390       60%      54%
 33    Health Services                    1,365,726       101,345       482,404       35%      41%
 34    Student Transportation               498,148        97,569        97,569       20%       0%
 35    Food Service                      14,467,043     1,108,964     5,878,647       41%      40%
 36    Cocurricular Activities               24,675           563           563        2%       0%
 41    General Administration               198,736        36,115        36,240­      18%       4%
 51    Plant Maintenance & Ops            8,639,468       276,972       515,260        6%      19%
 52    Security Services                     89,853        14,065        19,880       22%      35%
 53    Data ProceSSing Services             158,049        27,867        46,665       30%      100%
 61    Community Services                 2,296,510       174,035       728,520       32%      33%
 71    Debt Services                              0             0             0       0%        0%
 81    Facilities AcqUisition & Const             0             0             0       0%        0%
 93    Shared Service Arrangement                 Q            Q              Q       0%        0%
       Total Expenditures               $88,544,811    $6,476,446   $25,129,563       28%      300/.

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                            $0            $0             $0       0%       0%
       other Uses                                 Q            Q              Q       0%       0%

       Net Activity                       $546,760     $1,421,056   ($5,860,461 )

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1, 2009                  3,182,350

       Budgeted Fund Balance            13.729.110




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                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND 

                                           DECEMBER 31. 2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR) 


                                                     SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 


                                                       Start        End     CURRENT        CURRENT       YTD           % BUDGET
FUND                         TITLE                     Date         Date    BUDGET          MONTH      EXP+ ENC          USED

             FEDERAl GRANTS 

 203         Tobacco Grant                            07/01/09    06/30/10 $      15,500 $       410   $       4,037     26% 

 204   *     ESEA TITLE IV Safe & Drug Free           07/01/09    06130110      206,155        7,743          21,012     10% 

 206        TEXSHEP TITLE III, PART B                 07/01/09    06130110      117,040        3,339          15,397     13% 

 211   ..    ESEA TITLE I                             07/01/09    06130110   14,792,714    1,100,649       4.793.043     32% 

 212   *     ESEA TITLE I Migrant                     07/01/09    06130110      206.011       16,295          64.368     31% 

 220        ELCIVICS                                  07/01/09    06130110      102,000       10,527          43,922     43% 

 224   *     IDEA PART B Formula                      07/01/09    06/30/10    9,179,162      685.712       2,767.314     30% 

 225   *     IDEA PART B Preschool                    07/01/09    06/30/10      143,670       13.971          54.015     38% 

 226         IDEA PART B Discretionary                07/01/09    06/30/10       49,682       10,096          10.096     20% 

 240        National School Breakfast & Lunch Prog    09/01/09    08/31/10   15.716,869    1.159.771       6.167,489     39% 

 244   ..   Vocational Ed - Basic Grant               07/01/09    06/30/10      581.636       62.534         305,231     52% 

 255   *    Title II, Part A- Training                07/01/09    06/30/10    3,315,862      295.874       1.084.670     33% 

 262   ..   ntle II, Part D                           07/01/09    06/30/10      144,413       15,498          43.319     30% 

 263   *    ntle '" English Language                  07/01/09    06/30/10      231,570       12.508          92.712     40% 

 264        Vision 2020                               09101/09    06/30/11      376,720          561            561       0% 

 265        Texas 21st Century                        07/01/09    06130110    1.875.000      238,804         902.867     48% 

 266        State Fiscal Stabilization                09/01/09    08131110   14,152.577    1,561,493       1,561,493     11% 

 274        GEAR UP                                   09101/09    08/31/10      184,000        3.834          24,954     14% 

 276        SIP Academy Grant                         09/01/09    08/31/10      170,004                                   0% 

 281        Native American Grant                     09/01/09    08131/10         4.389         132             873     20% 

 283   ..   ESEA Title I Neglected & Delinquent       07/01/09    06/30/10       80.852       11,361          32,241     40% 

 284        ARRA Stimulus IDEA Part B Preschool       07/01/09    06130110      197,841       34,356          51.556     26% 

 285        ARRA Stimulus Title I, Part A             07/01/09    06/30/10    9.257.988      284.750       1,093.378     12% 

 286        ARRA Stimulus IDEA Part B                 07/01/09    06130110    7.654,695      560,174       1,228,958     16% 

 287        ARRA Stimulus Title I, Part D             07/01/09    06/30/10       55,323                                   0% 

 288   *    School Improvement Program                07/01/09    06130110      248.540       38.965        154.843      62% 

 309        Adult Basic Education                     07/01/09    06/30/10      684,785       13.442        671.104      98% 

 312        AFDC/JOBS                                 09/01/09    08131110      141,887       11.730         43.706      31% 

 316        IDEA Part B Deaf                          07/01/09    06130110       42,979        1.776         10,871      25% 

 317        IDEA Part B Preschool Deaf                07/01/09    06130110        7.588           81            719      9% 

 340        IDEA Part C Early Intervention            07/01/09    06/30110           704                                 0% 

            Total Federal Grants                                           $ 79.938,156 $ 6.156.386 $ 21,244,749

            July Grants      (7/1/09)                  50.00% 

            August Grants    (8/1/09)                  41.67% 

            September Grants (9/1/09)                  33.34% 





NOTE: .. Grants are allowed    to carryover a percentage of the remaining funds to the next year.




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                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND 

                                           DECEMBER 31,2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR) 


                                                    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 


                                                      Start       End          CURRENT     CURRENT        YTD            % BUDGET
FUND                         TITLE                    Date        Date          BUDGET      MONTH       EXP + ENC          USED

            STATE GRANTS
393         Texas Successful Schools                 09101109 08131110 $           11,800 $             $                   0%
394    ..   Life Skills Grant for Student Parents    09101109 08131110            161,862     13,405            49,425     31%
397    ..   Adv Placement Incentives                 09101109 08131110             37,491      2,123             6,868     18%
401         Retention Reduction State                09101109 08131110            194,481      3,535            14,336      7%
404         Accelerated Reading                      09101109 08131110            904,679      1,230             5,082      1%
409         T-Stem Grant                             09101109 08131110            390,000     19,180            78,723     20%
411    ..   Technology Allocation                    09101109 08131110          1,314,127     66,044           938,433     71%
415         Pre·Kinder and Kindergarten Expansion    09101109 08/31/10          1,000,000     53,587           207,385     21%
420         Texas High School Redesign               05101/09 04/30110            189,776     32,689            53,982     28%
423    ..   D. A T. E. Grant                         09101/08 08131/11          2,526,818     36,316         2,003,956     79%
425         Voc Ed Apprenticeship                    09/01/09 08131/10             27,316        319            24,704     90%
427         Texas Fitness Now                        09/01109 08/31/10            108,950                                   0%
431         Adult Basic Education                    09/01/09 08/31/10            144,910      8,126            50,096     35%
435    ..   Regional Day School for the Deaf         09/01/09 08131110          1,207,149     79.919           398,799     33%
               Total State Grants                                              $8,219,359   $316,472        $3,831,789

            lOCAUPRIVATE GRANTS 

482    ..   I-Achieve                                09/01/09    08/31/10 $       24,995 $              $       1.731       7% 

491    ..   AT&T Horizon Academy                     09/01/09    08/31110        100,000                        1.152       1% 

494    ..   Texas High School Project Exemplar       09/01/09    08/31110         51,000        2,919          10,498      21% 

498    ..   Del Mar - Dual Credit                    09/01/09    08/31/10        210,301          669          39,644      19% 

499    ..   Other Local Grants                       09/01/09    08/31110          1.000                                   0% 

               TotallocallPrivate Grants                                   $     387,296 $      3,588   $      53,025

            TOTAL SPECiAl REVENUE FUNDS                                    $ 88,544,811   $ 6,476,446   $ 25,129.563

            July Grants      (7/1/09)                 50.00% 

            August Grants    (8/1/09)                 41.67% 

            September Grants (9/1/09)                 33.34% 





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                STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

                              DECEMBER 31, 2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR)

                                         FOOD SERVICE FUND


                                   CURRENT       CURRENT           YTD    % BUDGET % BUDGET
CODE          DESCRIPTION          BUDGET         MONTH          EXP+ ENC    YTD  PRIOR YEAR

       Revenues
5740   Investment Income               $46,000           $545        $1,999    4%   . 13%
5700   Other Local Sources           3,038,800         264,422      976,088   32%     30%
5800   State Sources                   128,829               0            0    0%      0%
5900   Federal Sources              13,050,000       1,116,053    4,663,390   36%     37%
       Total Revenues              $16,263,629   $1,381,020      $5,641,477   35%    25%

       Ex~enditures
 35    Food Service
       6100-Payroll                  6,647,794        598,018     2,804,538   42%    41%
       6200-Prof & Contract Serv       514,191         31,789       423,951   82%    77%
       6300-Supplies & Materials     7,008,885        443,352     2,475,074   35%    36%
       6400-0ther Oper Costs·           62,673         30,655        43,493   69%    62%
       6600-Capital Out1ay             233,500          5,151       131,590   56%     7%
 51    Plant Maintenance & Ops
       6100-Payroll                     49,500          3,452       24,755    50%    19%
       6200-Prof & Contract Serv     1,200,326         47,355      264,088    22%    22%
       Total Expenditures          $15,716,869   $1,159,771      $6,167,489   39%    38%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                       $0              $0           $0    0%     0%
       Other Uses                           Q               Q            Q    0%     0%

       Net Activity                  $546,760        $221,249    ($526,012)

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1 2009              3,182,350

       Budgeted Fund Balance       1311291110




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               STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

                             DECEMBER 31, 2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR) 


                                       DEBT SERVICE FUND



                                  CURRENT       CURRENT        YTD     % BUDGET % BUDGET
CODE          DESCRIPTION         BUDGET         MONTH       EXP + ENC    YTD  PRIOR YEAR

       Revenues
5740 Investment Income             $150,000         $2,842       $9,217    6%     10%
5700 Other Local Sources          19,761,181     1,614,464    6,885,635   35%     36%
5800 State Sources                 1.635,658             Q      477.724   29%     68%
       Total Revenues            $21,546,839    $1,617,306   $7,372,576   34%     42%

       EXJ;!enditures
 71    Debt Services             m25,081 ,067          iQ        $5,800   0%      0%
       Total Expenditures        $25,081,067           $0        $5,800   0%      0%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                      $0           $0           $0    0%      0%
       Other Uses                          Q            Q            Q    0%      0%

       Net Activity              ($3,534,228)   $1.617.306   $7,366,776

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1, 2009           3,534.228

       Budgeted Fund Balance              so.




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                             STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE
                                             CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS- 2008 BOND
                                                     DECEMBER 31, 2009


                                                                                                                                   %
                                           CURRENT          CURRENT              YTD             PRIORYTD          PROJECT      BUDGET
CODE          DESCRIPTION                  BUDGET            MONTH             EXP+ ENC             EXP            TO DATE        YTD

     Revenues
5740 Investment Income                 $                $      28,353      $      108,684    $      505,935    $     614,619       0%
       Total Revenues                  $                $      28,353      $      108,684    $      505,935    $     614,619       0%

       Expenditures
 11    Instruction                     $    6,280,438   $     181,708      $     3,854,080   $       41,535    $    3,895,615     62%
 12    Inst'l Resources/Media Svcs              3,392           2,634               35,998                             35,998      0%
 13    Curriculum & Inst'l Staff Dev           82,239                                                                              0%
 21    Instructional Leadership                                                                                                    0%
 23    School Leadership                      35,616              4,390             14,048                             14,048      0%
 31    Guidance and Counseling                 3,392              1,756             20,194                             20,194      0%
 33    Health Services                           848                878              4,390                              4,390      0%
 35    Food Service                                                                  2,634                              2,634      0%
 41    General Administration                  16,781              377                 923            10,880           11,803     70%
 51    Plant Maintenance & Ops             90,186,449        1,302,945          10,329,039         8,063,550       18,392,589     20%
 52    Security Services                    1,039,446                                                 98,532           98,532      9%
 53    Data Processing Services               100,000              203               3,060             8,523           11,583     12%
 71    Debt Services                        1,980,390                                              1,377,788        1,377,788     70%
 81    Facility Acquisition & Const        71,569,717        2,030,625          23,370,778         4,887,521       28,258,299     39%
       Total Expenditures              $ 171,298,708    $ 3,525,516        $ 37,635,144      $ 14,488,329      $ 52,123,473       30%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                   $ 175,098,708    $                  $                 $ 175,094,712     $ 175,094,712     100%
       Other Uses                           3,800,000                                              3,800,000        3,800,000    100%

       Net Activity                    $                $   ~3,497,163}    $ {37,526,460}    $ 157,312,318     $ 119,785,858

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1, 2009                                                                                       $ 157,312,318

       Available Fund Balance                                                                                  $ 119,785,858




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                             STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE
                                   CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS-RENOVATION AND CONSTRUCTION
                                                     DECEMBER 31, 2009


                                                                                                                                   %
                                           CURRENT          CURRENT              YTD             PRIORYTD          PROJECT      BUDGET
CODE          DESCRIPTION                   BUDGET           MONTH             EXP+ ENC             EXP            TO DATE        YTD

     Revenues
5740 Investment Income                 $                $      28,353      $       108,684   $      505,935    $     614,619       0%
       Total Revenues                  $                $      28,353      $      108,684    $      505,935    $     614,619       0%

       Expenditures
 11    Instruction                     $    1,690,382   $                  $                 $                 $                   0%
 12    Inst'l Resources/Media Svcs                                                                                                 0%
 13    Curriculum & Inst'l Staff Dev                                                                                               0%
 21    Instructional Leadership                                                                                                    0%
 23    School Leadership                                                                                                           0%
 31    Guidance and Counseling                                                                                                     0%
 33    Health Services                                                                                                             0%
 35    Food Service                                                                                                                0%
 41    General Administration                  16,781              377                 923            10,880           11,803     70%
 51    Plant Maintenance & Ops             66,544,040        1,129,666           4,224,849         7,285,262       11,510,111     17%
 52    Security Services                                                                                                           0%
 53    Data Processing Services               100,000             203                3,060             8,523           11,583     12%
 71    Debt Services                        1,377,788                                              1,377,788        1,377,788    100%
 81    Facility Acquisition & Const        71,569,717        2,030,625          21,773,470         4,887,521       26,660,991     37%
       Total Expenditures              $ 141,298,708    $ 3,160,871        $ 26,002,302      $ 13,569,974      $ 39,572,276       28%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                   $ 145,098,708    $                  $                 $ 145,094,712     $ 145,094,712     100%
       Other Uses                           3,800,000                                              3,800,000        3,800,000    100%

       Net Activity                    $                $   ~3,132,518}    $ {25,893,618}    $ 128,230,673     $ 102,337z055

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1, 2009                                                                                       $ 128,230,673

       Available Fund Balance                                                                                  $ 102,337,055




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                                        CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                             STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE
                                    CAPITAL PROJECT FUNDS-RENOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY
                                                     DECEMBER 31, 2009


                                                                                                                                   %
                                           CURRENT          CURRENT                VTD            PRIORVTD         PROJECT      BUDGET
CODE          DESCRIP"nON                   BUDGET           MONTH              EXP + ENC            EXP           TO DATE        VTD

     Revenues
5740 Investment Income                 $                $                   $                 $                $                   0%
       Total Revenues                  $                $                   $                 $                $                   0%

       Expenditures
 11    Instruction                     $    4,590,056   $     181,708       $     3,854,080   $       41,535   $    3,895,615     85%
 12    Inst'l Resources/Media Svcs              3,392           2,634                35,998                            35,998      0%
 13    Curriculum & Inst'l Staff Dev           82,239                                                                              0%
 21    Instructional Leadership                                                                                                    0%
 23    School Leadership                      35,616              4,390             14,048                            14,048       0%
 31    Guidance and Counseling                 3,392              1,756             20,194                            20,194       0%
 33    Health Services                           848                878              4,390                             4,390       0%
 35    Food Service                                                                  2,634                             2,634       0%
 41    General Administration                                                                                                      0%
 51    Plant Maintenance & Ops             23,642,409         173,279             6,104,190          778,288        6,882,478     29%
 52    Security Services                    1,039,446                                                 98,532           98,532      9%
 53    Data Processing Services                                                                                                    0%
 71    Debt Services                         602,602                                                                               0%
 81    Facility Acquisition & Const                                               1,597,308                         1,597,308      0%
       Total Expenditures              $ 30,000,000     $     364,645       $ 11,632,842      $      918,355   $ 12,551,197       42%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                   $ 30,000,000     $                   $                 $ 30,000,000     $ 30,000,000       100%
       Other Uses                                                                                                                   0%

       Net Activity                    $                $    {364,645}      $ {11,632,842}    $ 29,081,645     $ 17,448,803

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1, 2009                                                                                       $ 29,081,645

       Available Fund Balance                                                                                  $ 17,448z803




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                       CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

            STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

                          DECEMBER 31, 2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR) 


                                 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS


                                   ANNUAL          CURRENT          YTD       % BUDGET    % BUDGET
CODE           DESCRIPTION         BUDGET           MONTH         ACTUAL        YTD      PRIOR YEAR

       Revenues
5700 Local Sources                ~2.236.217        ~104.395      ~590,795      26%         25%
       Total Revenues              2,236,217            104,395    590,795      26%         25%

       Expenditures
 11    Instruction                         0                  0          0       0%          0%
 34    Student Transportation              0                  0          0       0%          0%
 41    General Administration      2,236,217            148,968    660,568      30%         41%
 51    Plant Maintenance & Ops             0                  0          0       0%          0%
 71    Debt Services                       Q                  Q          Q      0%           0%
       Total Expenditures          2,236,217            148,968   660,568       30%         41%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                        0                0           0      0%          0%
       Other Uses                           Q                Q           Q      0%          0%

      . Net Activity                      $0        ($44,573)     !i69,773)

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1 , 2009          3,921,332

       Budgeted Fund Balance      J31921 1332




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                      CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

           STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

                                 PRINT SHOP - FUND 752 

                         DECEMBER 31,2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR) 





                                 ANNUAL          CURRENT          YTD        %BUDGET   % BUDGET
CODE          DESCRIPTION        BUDGET           MONTH          ACTUAL       USED     PRIORYR

     Revenues
5700 local Sources                 ~427,418                iQ    ~102,495      24%       23%
       Total Revenues               427,418                 0     102,495      24%       23%

       Expenditures
 41    General Administration       427,418           22,929      199,174     47%        41%
       Total Expenditures          427,418            22,929      199,174     47%        41%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                      0                 0           0      0%        0%
       Other Uses                         Q                 Q           Q      0%        0%

       Net Activity                      $0          ($22.9291   ($96,680)

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1. 2009             (5 ,683)

       Budgeted Fund Balance        ($5.683)




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                      CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

           STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

                        WORKER'S COMPENSATION FUND - FUND 753 

                         DECEMBER 31, 2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR ) 





                                 ANNUAL       CURRENT          YTD       %BUDGET   % BUDGET
CODE          DESCRIPTION        BUDGET        MONTH          ACTUAL      USED     PRIORYR

     Revenues
5700 Local Sources               ~1,663,799        ~104,395   ~447,530     27%       25%
       Total Revenues             1,663,799        104,395     447,530     27%       25%

       Expenditures
 41    General Administration     1,663,799         124,052    435,525     26%       37%
       Total Expenditures         1,663,799        124,052     435,525     26%       37%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                      0              0          0      0%        0%
       Other Uses                         Q              Q          Q      0%        0%

       Net Activity                     $0         ($19,65D    $12,005

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1, 2009          3,639,318

       Budgeted Fund Balance     S3163~1318




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                      CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

           STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES, AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 

                       ADMINISTRATION BUILDING COPIERS· FUND 770 

                         DECEMBER 31,2009 (33% OF FISCAL YEAR) 





                                 ANNUAL        CURRENT         YTD       %BUDGET   % BUDGET
CODE          DESCRIPTION        BUDGET         MONTH         ACTUAL      USED     PRIORYR

     Revenues
5700 Local Sources                 ~145,OOO             ~      $40,771     28%       32%
       Total Revenues               145,000              0      40,771     28%       32%

       Expenditures
 41    General Administration       145,000          1,988      25,869     18%       92%
       Total Expenditures           145,000          1,988      25,869     18%       92%

       Other Sources & Uses
       Other Sources                      0              0          0      0%        0%
       other Uses                         Q              Q          Q      0%        0%

       Net Activity                     $0         ($1,988)    $14,902

       Audited Fund Balance
       September 1, 2009           287,697

       Budgeted Fund Balance      S287 1697




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CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

             INVESTMENT REPORT 


               DECEMBER 2009 





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                                                     Corpus Christi ISD 

                                               Investment Porfolio Summary 

                                              For The Period Ending 1213112009 


                                             Total Portfolio Summary

                                                      Current Period                 Prior Period                Change From
                                                         1213112009                   1113012009                     Prior

Book Value                                            $270,731,187                 $278,945,796                    ($8,214,609)
MaJI<et Value                                         $270,731,187                 $278,945,796                    ($8,214,609)
MeOte! Value %                                             100.00%                      100.00%
Weighted Average Maturity-Days                                1 day                        1 day
Weighted Average YI9Id                                       0.24%                        0.23%                           0.01%
Earned Income                                              $54,545                      $53,493                          $1,052
Earned Income -Year-lo-Da!e                               $235,658                     $181,113                        $54,545


                                            Portfolio Compositon by Fund


                                                            1113012009               Weighted Average
                                                            Book Value                    Yield

Local Maintenance Opemting Fund                       $104,353,161                         0.24%                             1 day
Interest and Sinking Fund                               15,776,850                         0.21%                             1 day
2009 Bond Fund                                         147,061,529                         0.24%                             1 day
cerele!ia Fund                                           3,539,647                         0.21%                             1 day
                                                      $270,731,187                         0.24%                             1 day


   Portfolio Co

                                                                                          TexasClass
                            Bank Deposits
                                                                                                0.00%
                               0.96%




                                                                                     Lonestar
                               poors                                                 96.13%
                              99.04%




                                                                                                        -+-CCISD Portfolio Mon1h-End WId

                                                                                                        -II- ~~~J:lI Monthly Average
                                                                                                             3-Mo Treasury
                                                                                                        ~6-Mo     Treasury
                                                                                                        -lIf-1-YrTreasury




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                                                     Corpus Christi ISD
                                                Investment Porfolio Summary
                                               For The Period Ending 1213112009




LOCAL MAINTENANCE OPERATING FUND 199
Balance as of 11130/2009                                                             $110,861,374
  Bank of America Public Funds Checking-Net Change                                         (3,048)
 Frost Bank Public Funds Checking-Net Change                                             (743,451)
  Lonestar-Net Change                                                                  (5,648,157)
  MBIA Texas Class Pool - Net Change
  T exPool - Net Change                                                                  (113,558)
Balance December 31,2009                                                             $104 353161



INTEREST AND SINKING FUND 599
Balance as of 11130/2009                                                              $14,160,538
 Frost Bank Public Funds Checking-Net Change                                               16,348
  Lonestar-Net Change                                                                   1,599,801
  MBIA Texas Class Pool - Net Change                                                            1
  TexPool- Net Change in Bond Debt Service Account                                         162
Balance December 31, 2009                                                             $15U6850




2009 BOND FUND 693
Balance as of 11130/2009                                                             $150,557,689
  Lonestar - Net Change                                                                (3,496,160)
Balance December 31, 2009                                                            $147061529



CAFETERIA FUND 240
Balance as of 1113012009                                                               $3,366,195
  Bank of America Public Funds Checking-Net Change                                         59,165
  TexPool Net Change                                                                      114,287
Balance December 31, 2009                                                              $3539647



TOTAL ALL FUNDS                                                                      $270,731,187


STATEMENT OF COMPUANCE
The investment portfolio complied with the PFIA and the Districfs approved Investment Policy and
Strategy throughout the period. All investment transactions made in the portfolio during this period
were made on behalf of the District and were made in full compliance with the PFIA and the District's
approved Investment Policy.
                                    ++++++++++++




                                                              ~ik-
                                                               ~Donna~
                                                                       Comptroller




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CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT 

           TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 


               DECEMBER 2009 





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                   77
 !Nueces County Courtfiouse                    CRflmiro "(j{onnie" Canafes         'Voice: (361) 888-0307 

   901 ,(.~opara, Suite 301                         jlssessor aniCollector         lfax; (361}888-O218 

Corpus Cfirist~ fJX 78401-3684                            Ojrr'a:{!S           ronnie. canafes@co.nueces.tx,us





     January 11, 2010

     Corpus Christi ISO 

     School Board 

     P.O. Box 110 

     Corpus Christi, Texas 78403 


     To School Board:

     The monthly collection report for Corpus Christi ISO for the month of December 2009
     was forwarded today to Gary Lynch at gwlynch@ccisd.us.

     This report details current and delinquent ad valorem taxes collected during the time
     period previously mentioned.




                                                      Ramiro R. Canales, CTA
                                                      Tax Assessor-Collector
                                                      Nueces County, Texas

     State of Texas X

     County of Nueces              X·

            Before me, a notary public, on this day personally appeared Ramiro R. Canales,
     known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing document
     and, being by me first duly sworn, declared that the statements therein contained are
     true and correct.

               Given under my hand and seal of office this 11th day of January ,2010.




                                                       Notary~T~
                      SUZAN COX
               Notary Public. State of Texas
                 My Commission Expires
                    Ocfober 27.2011




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                                                                                         1:2/31ids ...
                                                                                                            Tax Year         Tax Year                     Change from             Percent
                                                                                                             2009             2008                         Prior Year             Chan e
 CURRENT TAX LEVY:
       .    ..                                                       ...
 GrossTax 1.eiyas of~~ptem~er 30, 2009                                                                   138,205,926.52   124,361,289.47                    13,844,637.05            11.13%
 .. Adjustments.'cind!.raiisjers to1haciiyes iI\**                                                            77,124.54      (623,657.68)                      700,782.22          -112.37%
 Al)juSTEIVfAXLEVY ... . ;                                                                               138,283,051.06   123,737,631.79                    14,545,419.27            11.76%
 cJ~Jli:l1NeCop'ecti~~thi; ';'o~ih .                                                                     49,477,023.06    45,728,063.29                       3,748,959.77             8.20%
 CufizillativeCblle'6itdfis lcisii1ioiuh ...... '                                                        36,034,627.56    31,239,792.86                       4,794,834.70            15.35%
 (;~;Jfit¥{fiJf~tt~~§4Ij.iff()nlli .' ....... •. 
                                                        13,442.395.50    14,488,270.43                     (1,045,874.93)           -7.22%

 ;*TAXLEVV:OUTSTANDINGON12/:31l09 :
     : ; ..;/" . . .. . . '.
                        ,"   .. ...'...                              "   ',"
                                                                                                         88,806,028.00    78,009,568.50                     10,796,459.50             13.84%
;DIl:MNQ{jEN1H~AX.tEY:Y.i· ..                                                  .:....
;Detitlqti~rirtdxlf.(jll·a~(jf.gfiPtembet 3v:i(i(J9 ..•.•                                                 6,673,756.68      6,327,369.11                        346,387.57            5.47%
. . Ai:ijustmentsa~drrr:msfe;~ 101I1cictives *~.                                                            (88,734.84)        17,025.68                       (105,760.52)        -621.18%
NEtCOLLECTAB.LE                                                                                           6,585,021.84      6,344,394.79                        240,627.05            3.79%
'Curi-z~'ad'YeCo{l(kii(J~       (hi:t;nonih· •                                                              765,171.23       572,971.12                             192,200.11       33.54%
;Curi:zf:tlqit~e.:dol(e.ci.icmf i(j~t;:m()ll~h·· .                                                          560,588.06       414,056.64                             146,531.42       35.39%
Detfn~k~~fq~t~e.#.ibh~·:7:JiijMorif1                                                                        204583.17         158,914.48                            45,668.69        28.74%

                                                                                                          5,819,850.61     5,771,423.67                             48,426.94         0.84%

T6TAL:t()l:,J:;EdTI6NS:·~.MONTHfbDA:l'E •..                                                                                                                              .   ..
:Cl!"t~nt*.      ..                                                                                                                                                                   -7.22%
:Di.rc~nt .                                                                                                                                                                            0.00%
D~lirk;U~ht'                                                                                                204,583.17       158,914.48                          45,668.69           28.74%
Pimaltyi!k lriteresJ· 
                                                                                      63,041.18        60,790.47                           2,250.71             3.70%
Ag.R611b4Ctc Taxes: 
                                                                                             0.00            31.92                              (31.92)       -100.00%
RemiitedtoReinvestmeritZone· . 
                                                                                  0.00             0.00                                0.00            0.00%
1ierJiJQ-n!ien~/&··· . . . .                                                                                 16,782.65        11,308.93                           5,473.72           48.40%
Penalty & ihter.estonRend£tionPenfJlty                                                                          134.66            78.11                               56.55          72.40%
~pfJr¢;i~i ¢(J'nJ~ii;;id~jrdi!i:;ren.rjiti~Jn;f'~npfiY:; .                                                     (845.96)         (569.52)                           (276.44)          48.54%
Tetii(·          ..          ..       ...             . . . . . ...
   \?   ,,:."                                 ••••; ; : . - . ' ••
                                                                                                         13,726,091.20    14,718,824.82                        (992,733.62)          -6.74%
fQl:;<\~C:O,t~~¢ftONS'/YW<'tRTd:ri~tE<                                                        .
:cui-re.nf~                           ... '                                    ....                      49,477,023.06    45,728,063.29                      3,748,959.77             8.20%
iiisco!:mt .                                                                                                      0.00             0'.00                             0.00             0.00%
De(f'nqu~h(* . ..                 .                                                                         765,171.23       572,971.12                        192,200.11            33.54%
:Pel'laliy& [nterest . 
                                                                                    199,675.90       165,178.18                         34,497.74            20.89%
A.iR~llback rtiies: . . 
        ....                                                                        25,566.85        17,091.19                          8,475.66            49.59%
Rel1ii((etfloRe.ihvestl'lJel'Jt Zone· 
                                                                           0.00             0.00                              0.00             0.00%
;Re.'1dlti¢J1.P.en{l(ty: . .;... ... .. 
                                                                    31,798.34        24,117.00                          7,681.34            31.85%
.Pe1aiiy&tntere-rtoifhnditlo~ f.eticilty . 
                                                                    348,82           509.95                           (161.13)          -31.60%
,';{ppra}s'ai CQmiids~ionfrdm R:e'ndWhnl'eticlity . ..
                                                      (I,607.42)       (1,231.83)                          (375.59)           30.49%
·T6i.ar··.· ..                              . _....                                   ... .              50,497,976.78    46,506,698.90                      3,991,277.88             8.58%
                                                                                                  ..                                                                     :','
'(For purposes of this report, Collections in July. August. and September are delinquent) "'(Includes Sept. 2009 amounts for Adjustments{transfers to inactives))        ,f
                                                                                 .                                                  .
PERCENT OF NET(!Ol.!LEcTABLECoLL ECTED ·~r;M~0:::' .~J~IT~·O~";;::D2iA;T'r=E~:::-,~',-,,---;-7.....:.+~-'-'-~--"'---'-'--;-;:+' . r'-..o-:..---:~~
                                           •. NT""-.:                           .. .. ..                                    ... ...;-;­
Cur~en(ievy/Adj';:f.$i~d;Cil~renl;T~ievy·       ..... ...                                                        9.72%              11.71%                             -1.99%       -16.98%
Delinquenr'1i.elJYI~d)usted:Cu~~en/TiJxLiV:y . . . : :                                                           0.15%                0.13%                             0.02%        15.20%
LeYj:Dfscoitiit+.P&J!AdjliSttdCurtentTe:&:LeVy· .;                                            ."<'               9.91%              ) 1.89%                            -1.97%       -1659%




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                           BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                          CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS



SUBJECT:             MAGNET SCHOOLS RESOLUTION

DATE:                February 22, 2010

PRESENTED BY:        Janis Jordan, Ed.D., Executive Director of Curriculum and
                     Instruction



                                        ACTION

BACKGROUND:
Through implementation of magnet schools, these program resources can be used in
pursuit of the objectives of NCLB, which enable all students to achieve high standards.
Intended to reduce racial isolation, magnet schools can also provide courses of study
that barely existed prior to their establishment, can offer districts local demonstrations of
quality that may then be emulated by regular schools, and can contribute substantially
to a district’s attainment of full racial and ethnic equity.

Chula Vista Academy of Fine Arts, Wynn Seale Middle School and Miller HIgh School
have student populations in regard to minority and socioeconomic status that exceed
the District's average of 10% or more. In addition, gaps exist in student performance as
indicated by student achievement on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills
(TAKS).


SUPPORTING DATA:
Corpus Christi Independent School District's 2010-2013 Magnet Grant will be submitted
in April 2010 and grant awards are expected in the fall of 2010. Receiving a grant
award will provide the District with up to twelve million dollars in funding over a three
year period to develop, expand, continue, and enhance academic programs offered at
the District magnet schools. In order to show required support, a resolution showing the
value of magnet schools is recommended.



FUNDING SOURCE:
The Magnet Schools Assistance Program is funded via the United States Department of
Education.




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EVALUATION:
The 2010-2013 Magnet Grant will be evaluated annually by an external evaluator.
Results will be sent to the Department of Education and presented to the District Board
of Trustees.


ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the Magnet Schools Resolution.




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              Corpus Christi Independent School District
                     Board of Trustees Resolution
                  Expand the Magnet School Concept
 Include Chula Vista Academy of Fine Arts, Wynn Seale Middle School,
                      and Roy Miller High School


WHEREAS, the Corpus Christi Independent School District (“District”) desires to
provide the best education to all students within the district;

WHEREAS, the District is committed to their mission of high standards and
continuous improvement where graduates are lifelong learners who are prepared
to continue their education, enter the world of work, and be productive citizens;

WHEREAS, the District remains fully committed to the goals of equal educational
opportunity for all of the children attending Corpus Christi ISD schools;

WHEREAS, the District wishes to provide educational choices to students
throughout the school district so that they may select school programs that are
more appropriate to their interests;

WHEREAS, the District wishes to expand the number of magnet schools designed
to attract students from throughout the District to improve the quality of
education for all students while promoting diversity in all schools throughout the
district;

WHEREAS, the District wishes to carry out a voluntary desegregation plan as part
of the process for creating an improved racial distribution of the student
population, thereby reducing racial isolation that exists in the schools of the
district;

WHEREAS, the District is committed to improving racial composition in schools
that have large concentrations of minority students by reducing the minority ratio
to plus or minus 10% of the overall district average;

WHEREAS, the Corpus Christi ISD Board of Trustees (“Board”) remains fully
committed to carrying out the goals of the No Child Left Behind Act as set forth
in the educational standards determined by the United States Department of
Education;

THEREFORE, Be It Resolved as Follows:

1. RESOLVED, that the Board is committed to continuing its desegregation
   efforts, including its goal that racial isolation be reduced in each school, and




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   that it intends to make sufficient changes or departures in order to meet the
   Board’s commitment to desegregation.

2. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board is committed and will take all necessary
   actions to assure continued compliance with the requirements of the
   Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Title VI of the Civil Rights
   Act of 1964 and all other applicable Federal and state laws, as well as all
   preexisting agreements with Federal and state agencies.

3. FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board recognizes and affirms that it is
   responsible for the education of the children attending Corpus Christi ISD
   schools, and that it fully accepts its responsibility.

Therefore, the Corpus Christi ISD Board of Trustees, with the intent to improve
instruction for all students and continue its desegregation efforts, is increasing
the number of existing magnet schools by establishing magnet schools at the
following locations:

             1. Chula Vista Academy of Fine Arts
             2. Wynn Seale Middle School
             3. Miller High School

The theme of “Creativity, Innovation and Design” will be used to increase
academic rigor and student engagement through the arts and sciences. A
continuum of instruction and learning experiences will be designed to allow
students a seamless educational experience.


Approved this 22nd day of February 2010.



Dwayne Hargis, President
Board of Trustees


D. Scott Elliff
Superintendent of Schools




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                          BOARD OF TRUSTEES
               CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                         CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS



SUBJECT:            APPROVAL TO GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE TO RENAME THE
                    CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL WEIGHT TRAINING FACILITY

DATE:               February 22, 2010

PRESENTED BY:       Mr. D. Scott Elliff, Superintendent of Schools



                                      ACTION

BACKGROUND:
Board Policy CW (LOCAL) states that "…The Board may name an identifiable portion or
component of an existing school facility such as a library, an auditorium, a gym or the
like. A component may be named for a person, either deceased or retired, who is or
has been prominent at the local, state or national level in the fields of education,
science, art, or government.

If the Superintendent receives a request for the naming of a component, he shall advise
the Board and place the matter on the agenda for action. If the Board, by unanimous
vote of those present at the meeting, agrees that the component may be named, the
Superintendent shall give public notice of such determination by posting notice of the
Board's action in the administration building in the same manner that agendas for Board
meetings are posted…"

Approval is requested to give public notice to rename the Carroll High School Weight
Training Facility to The James A. Ragan Weight Room.


APPLICABLE BOARD POLICIES:
CW (LOCAL)


SUPPORTING DATA:
A request has come forward from the Big Cat Foundation to rename the weight training
facility behind Carroll High School in honor of James Ragan, a eleventh grade athlete.
James has been fighting osteosarcoma (bone cancer) since his 8th grade year at Baker
Middle School.




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James, a member of the Superintendent's Student Ambassadors, has been a role
model of perserverance, optimism, and tenacity to the students and teachers at Carroll
and the larger CCISD community. He has become a tireless advocate for cancer
research, staging fundraisers for the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, and
raising awareness of the continuing need for cutting-edge research in the area of cancer
treatment.


FUNDING SOURCE:
Not applicable


BOARD COMMITTEE ACTION:
Not applicable


EVALUATION:
Not applicable


ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
It is recommended that the Board of Trustees approve the request to give public notice
to rename the Carroll High School Weight Training Facility to The James A. Ragan
Weight Room.




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                          BOARD OF TRUSTEES
               CORPUS CHRISTI INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
                         CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS



SUBJECT:            DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION TO APPROVE THE
                    NUECES COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICT BUDGET
                    AMENDMENT

DATE:               February 22, 2010

PRESENTED BY:       Mr. D. Scott Elliff, Superintendent of Schools



                                      ACTION

BACKGROUND:
A letter dated June 16, 2009, stated that the Nueces County Appraisal District (NCAD)
Board of Directors had voted to designate undesignated funds toward a “building fund."
The undesignated funds were comprised of excess funds paid by taxing entities to
NCAD. Subsequently, it was determined that NCAD failed to notify District staff that by
law, the NCAD is required to refund the excess funds or to credit the excess amount
against each taxing unit's allocated payments for the following year.

On December 14, 2009, CCISD Board of Trustees voted to request a refund of excess
funds paid to NCAD.

On January 11, 2010, CCISD Board of Trustees voted to rescind the resolution for
NCAD to construct a new building.

On February 3, 2010, NCAD Board of Directors voted to refund the excess funds to
taxing entities. In a hand-delivered letter dated February 9, 2010, Paul D. Altheide,
Secretary for the NCAD Board of Directors, notified CCISD staff that a refund of the
excess payment requires that NCAD Board of Directors process a budget amendment
to the previously-approved NCAD budget.

APPLICABLE BOARD POLICIES:
BBF (Local)

SUPPORTING DATA:
Texas Property Code, Section 6.06(c), states that the NCAD Board of Directors, "…may
amend the approved budget at any time, but the scretary of the board must deliver a
written copy of a proposed amendment to the presiding officer of the governing body of




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each taxing unit participating in the District not later that the 30th day before the date the
board acts no it..."


FUNDING SOURCE:
Local


BOARD COMMITTEE ACTION:
N/A


EVALUATION:
The total amount of payments made by CCISD to NCAD have exceeded the amount
actually spent or obligated to be spent for specified fiscal years. CCISD did not receive
a credit for its proportionate share of excess payments for each following fiscal year and
did not receive specific notice from NCAD of its right to receive such credit.


ADMINISTRATIVE RECOMMENDATION:
The administration recommends that the Board of Trustees take action as deemed
appropriate.




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              NUECES COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICT

               BUDGET AMENDMENT CONFIRMATION


As authorized representative of the Corpus Christi Independent School District (CCISD),
I acknowledge that we have read and understand the letter from the Nueces County
Appraisal District regarding the proposed 2010 Budget Amendment.



The CCISD Board of Trustees hereby:

           Concur with the proposed 2010 budget amendment necessary to
           accomplish the action taken in the February 3, 2010, meeting of the Nueces
           County Appraisal District's Board of Directors.




Signature - Authorized Representative                        Date


The Amendment confirmation should be completed and signed by an authorized
representative of your organization. Please return the completed confirmation by as
soon as possible to:



      Ollie Grant, Chief Appraiser
      Nueces County Appraisal District
      201 N. Chaparral Street, Suite 206
      Corpus Christi, Texas 78401




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